Having problems with your Ford F-150 ?

I have a 1989 Ford F 350 with a 7.5 EFI engine. I can't get fire at the plugs or coil. I have 12v going into the coil. The module,coil,eec relay, and pigtail,computer, and stator have all been replcaed. When I have the ignition swith on, and crank over the engine with a test light hooked on the negative side of the battery, and the probe on the negative side of the coil, the light glows steady and doesn't blink on and off. Does this mean that the new stator is bad? Thank you Mike

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 20-05-2019

Answers :

Hiya Mike,
\012 I think what you are going to find is you need to replace the ignition module and recommend that you replace the ignition stator at the same time,both are on and in the distributor. The stator will require special tools and I think it would be a cost effective idea to allow a trained technician to replace it!!!!!
\012 Good Luck,
\012 Dwight
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