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The coil, injectors, and fuel pump get power from the ASD relay. If you have power to the coil but no spark from the coil, have you checked the pickup in the distributor ?
The pickup sends a signal to the engine computer and the computer fires the coil.
Yes the crank sensor could keep the coil from firing, but your truck does not use a crank sensor assuming its a V8. The coil gets power from the key switch, and the ignition module inside the distributor grounds the coil to fire it. So the problem could be the coil, or the module or pickup in the distributor. The pickup coil in the bottom of the distributor acts as a cam and crank sensor. You may need a repair book or shop manual to get the test procedures.
This unit has a pickup in the distributor that tells the coil when to fire. Check to see if you have power at the coil. If yes,connect a test light to the ground side of the coil and have an assistant crank the engine.The test light should flash on and off. If not, you have a problem inside the distributor. The pickup coil or the ignition module are at fault. Good Luck