Selling my dads 1995 Ford F-150 Lightning for him as he does not have Facebook. 114k miles CLEAN not a spot of rust on the truck. Has aftermarket bassani exhaust, stereo, ram air hood, bed liner, and probably a few other small things I'm forgetting. No dents or scratches truck was repainted a few years ago. Bought in Michigan but was originally a Georgia truck if I remember correctly. Selling since it only sits in the garage and need room for next project. Pm me with other questions. Don't even try to lowball, he won't take 5k for the truck so save the time of asking. I can get more pictures if you are serious but I don't have many right now.
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Hey guys non L question.
94 f150 5.0l 2wd aode 263,xxx. Unmolested completely stock besides accel coil and street fire cdi box. So a mile from home the engine dies. I had commuted 30 miles more or less back home from work and hour drive in traffic. Well I pull over and immediately check for fuel pressure,and spark. Fuel is good. No spark from coil, replaced the accel coil back to oem. Still no spark so I for some reason pull the distributor cap and to my surprise the metal conductor on the rotor is broke off and I can't find it. Haven't messed with it too much after that waiting for he weekend.
I disconnected the distributor plug from harness to rule out a false/dirty connection. That is when the coil sparked. At this time I had already put the accel back and checked the oe coil for spark by undoing the connection on the distributor. They both fired everytime.
So with that basic troubleshooting can i rule out the ignition control module? I am honestly thinking it is the pick up coil that was damaged by the metal conductor.
Why does the coil fire when unplugging the dizzy?
I removed the street fire cdi box out of the equation. Same results with stock and aftermarket ignition.