Having problems with your 1985 Ford F150 ?

1985 f-150 I am not getting any spark when the engine cranks. i have checked the cap and rotor and they are not the problem. the wires to the coil are both hot and the ign.module has hot and ground as well, but i'm not sure how to check to see if the module is working correctly or if it might be the EEC. i don't believe the module would be getting current if the EEC is out. please any assistance is appreciated

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-08-2019

Answers :

Here is the PIP test procedure for the TFI Ignition Module. If the ignition module is a dura-spark control module mounted out on the driver side fender well, then you can remove the unit and most auto part stores have an ignition module tester and will test it for free.
\015\012If the TFI pick-up coil/'stator connector to the ignition module is dark or burnt looking then replace the entire distributor, or the distributor will have to be dis-assembled to replace the pick-up coil/stator inside of the distributor.
\015\012Also, check the fuses and all of the wires to the ignition module for any damaged wires with missing wire insulation and any exposed wires that are touching each other or shorting to ground. Let me know if you require any further assistance.
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