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I have a 1994 lincoln continental and i am having problems getting it to fire. sometimes it will just fire up and the next it just quits firing. the coil,icm,pickupcoil,and cap and rotor

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Hi, you listed coil, pickup coil and cap and rotor.if you allready replace those parts this can be another test, this can do what you are describing ,... leave the cap out so you can see the rotor, turn the crankshaft back and foward about 4 inches each way with a ratchet by the bolt head inside the balancing pulley, if the rotor dont move when you move the ratchet you have a bad timing chain.good luck

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