Question about 1988 Ford Mustang
Did you make sure the distributor is turning? Rotor installed? Make sure all the grounds are connected, clean, and tight.
Using your test light, probe the negative side of the coil, should blink when cranking the engine. If not, and the distributor turns, either the pickup is bad, you have a wiring problem, or a PCM problem. Make sure to use quality ignition parts. Many aftermarket ignition modules are not worth the money
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Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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