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1998 ford fanger with no fuel and no spark, a good thing to do would be to have the codes checked, maybe the computer picked up the problem and stored a code, the code would tell you what is failing, but a scan tool would be needed, if you do not have a scan tool then i would start with the coil and then the crank sensor, the most common cause with a problem like this would be the crank sensor, hope this helps.

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