Question about 1993 Ford Mustang
My 93 mustang doesn't start. Motor works but it doesn't start. There is no spark at the end of the wire when I turn it on. this mustang doesn't have an distribuitor, it has two modules with 4 spark plugs on ea. What can I do?
It looks like it doesn't have current to the wires..
Have you checked the ignition control module?? Are you pulling up any codes. The ignition control module is the little gray box that is attached to the intake manifold. If it is bad and is not sending the power to the coils it will not fire. If it is cranking over then it may be the module. If you have a check engine light that comes on. Then you need to pull the codes up to see if it is a faulty sensor or if your IDM(Ignition Diagnostics Monitoring) is good. If you get the shop manual from the local parts store you can pinpoint it with a digital multimeter to see if it is getting power to the module. If it is good then the module is shot. Most of the time it is the module.
You can get it at the local parts house too or order it..
i hope that this helps you out. If you have any questions feel free to ask. I have a 1993 Ford Mustang LX with the same engine.
One other note if it was the coils which is the little black boxes with the wires coming from them. If one was bad you could still get the car to start. It just would'nt start everytime..
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
The two modules you speak of are coils they are not a module trace the wires back to the ignition control module it should say motorcraft dis on the front of it. it is a little grey box on the drivers side of the motor. it is probably the problem i just recently bought a 93 mustang and had the same problem. the moduel had one screw of the three. one of witch was suppose to have that grounds it on bottom left of the module i moved the bolt to this position and turned it over and it fired twice then acted like it wasn't getting any fuel so i pressed the valve stem on the top rail of the fuel injection system it bled out a little then i turned the key on and off several times to pressure up the fuel system. tried to bleed it again and got nothing this told me it was not getting fuel so i went inside the trunk to the drivers side to the emergency fuel shutoff switch and it was in the up position and pushed it down and it started right up. its a fairly nice car for $300 and it only has 40,000 original miles!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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