Question about Ford Econoline Wagon
Problems can be the ignition module on the side of the distributor. (very common) or the ignition coil under the inlet manifold. Both a little hard to access but can be done. The module fault usually kills the motor completely, often wont start cold. the coil often causes missing. Id reccoment changing the module first. Mark the base to engine block with whiteout. loosen the locking bolt on the distributor and rotate it so as you can get at the screws on the module with a stubby screwdriver. Disconnect the multiplug remove the screws and module.replace the module putting the silicon grease on it as per the old one. (grease usually supplied with the new module. Replase the module and multiplug. Turn the distributor back to its marked position and tighten the bolt . Done Usually fixes the problem.
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Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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