I have replaced the distributor cap and rotor, the coil, and the ICM (Ignition Control Module) and I have checked for spark and am not getting any. I have even checked all fuses in the Power Distribution Unit and everything is good. The only other thing I can think of is the ECU (computer brain) is at fault but I am not sure where that is located. Can someone let me know or give me other possible reasons this isn't starting. And before anyone says this...."Yes I have check to make sure there is fuel getting to the system"
My 1992 Ford Ranger will not start. on 1992 Ford Ranger
by D4ng3r in Iowa Falls, IA on September 06, 2011
ANSWER by mastertech6371 , September 06, 2011
could be the distributor pick up coil inside the distributor which was a common failure. i would also verify there is 12 volts to the positive side of the coil to make sure the ignition switch is working. Roy