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My truck is an '88 model 300 6cyl. It dies and the has no fire from the coil.

(1990 Ford F-150)
in Beattyville, KY on February 07, 2016
The coil isn't putting fire to the distributor. The test I ran told me it was the"pip" sensor mounted on the distributor. This is the 4th distributor and I have replaced almost every other part related to the system ( throttle position sensor,egr valve,fuel filter and pump,plugs and wires,alternator,coil etc..). What is goig on?????
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on February 07, 2016
so, you have not replaced the icm?
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