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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This happend to me before. Go back and check the firing order and make sure the spark plug wires are in the right place. A Chilton auto repair book for your vehicle, available at many auto part stores are really helpful. Check the rotor and distributor cap also and make sure they seat properly. Assuming the distributor itself has not been removed it should start. If the distributor was removed from the vehicle and not installed in the exact position it was before (maybe a couple of notches off) you will have to find top dead center on the compression stroke on plug #1 and check to see if the rotor is pointing at the at plug wire #1 on the distributor cap. The distributor itself can be adjusted by loosening the locking nut and turning it slowly clokwise or counter clokwise to ****** or advance the spark. make sure all your vacume lines are in the right place also. All these procedures can be found in the book.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
SOURCE: Ford 8n won't crank
Hi..my name is Keith..and the 1st things that i would check is to make sure the battery terminals and cables ends are clean..if they are..i would check to make sure the ground wire and where it connects to the frame is clean and rust free..and if they are in great condition....i would suspect the starter solenoid..i'd make sure all the connections are clean on it..and if it still dont work after you cleaned it...i would replace the solenoid..i hope this helps..and there could be other things..so if it dont solve your problem..write me back
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
SOURCE: Ford 8N will not start when hot
This sounds like a bad fuel pump to me. The only way to be sure is to check the fuel pressure when cold, probably around 45 PSI. Then when it get hot it will drop way down to 10 or 15 PSI. Check the pressure if you can, or change the fuel pump.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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