"No start" and stalling due to ignition module failure on Ford Bronco

Failure is very common in the ignition module, causing intermittent stalling or a "No start" condition.
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Average mileage: 175,628 (140,000–223,000)
Engines affected: 4.9L 6 Cylinder, 5.0L V8, 5.8L V8
5 model years affected: 1990, 1991, 1993, 1995, more1996
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1996 Ford Bronco- 5.0L V8220,000
My engine will stall while driving and it will not start for another 20-30 minutes and it starts again drives another 2-3 miles and it will stall again. What can I do
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1996 Ford Bronco- 5.8L V8140,000
Bronco will just "die" while going down the road. After sitting for a while, it will start back up. Usually has not happened in problem traffic. I have not replaced the ignition module yet. I found this site while searching for a solution to my problem.
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1993 Ford Bronco- 5.8L V8168,400
Starts, dives a little and the will stall out when you come to a stop. Sometimes will restart in 20-30 mins, but will stall again. Just spent >500 to fix but still happened again today.
1996 Ford Bronco- 5.0L V8150,000
Sometimes it would start and sometimes it wouldn't. Checked everything, had the cylinder replaced, and other electrical do dads before finally installing a push button starter. Works good now.
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