Question about 1998 Ford F150 Regular Cab
If you have spark at the plugs chances are it is the CPS, Fords are known for having the CPS go bad but it could just be a loose or dirty connection so always check that the connection is good before replacing it. You can use some paper clip wires and a voltmeter to back probe the CPS pins at the connector and the measured AC voltage with engine running should be over 200mV. Sometimes the voltage looks OK when the engine is cold but falls below 200mV when it gets hot. This indicates a fault.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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