Question about 1988 Ford F 350
I have the same problem... I replaced the distributor, distributor cap, button,control module, Ignition coil and even put a ignition/start switch on it.... and it finally fired up after the coil.. BUT..... it died 2 days later and i took the coil back for an exchange and it worked.... BUT.... it died on me when the truck warmed up and still does... Someone told me to check the CAMSHAFT POSITIONING SENSOR... makes sense so im gonna try that tomorrow and hope for the best.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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