Could be the ignition module. It's attached to the side of the distributor.
Would be in the distributer or the ignition module
The ignition control module for a 1995 ford f150 is an important part of the drive train. If the module is failing then the engine will run erratically or not start at all.
under the dist. cap
It sounds as if you have a bad ignition control module. It would be located on the distributor. On some of these vehicles, the module was moved over on to the side of the left fender. Ford had a lawsuit against them for these modules, but the time to submit claims against them has expired. It is also referred to as the thick film ignition (TFI)module.
On the distributor
pull the distubartor and have the module checked its more then likely bad i had the same problem in my 90 f150 with the 300 straight 6 i changed it and it fired right up
It has a timing chain.
did you changed your thermostat? You MUST keep around 195 degree thermostat in the vehicle at ALL TIMES due to the computer system. The ignition module usually gets hot due to corroded electrical connections at the ignition module and or the module is HEAT SENSITIVE and needs to be replaced. (plug wires) Ignition misfire can produce a variety of driveability symptoms including hard starting, rough idle, hesitation....
The only other thing you can really do is get a manual from your local parts store or online. The cost is about $20.
behind the passanger glove box on the right side. its a small black box.
Chances are there is no polarity. An ignition coil is simply a wound of wires used to generate high voltage. But you may find a marking on it such as a "+" or a red wire wich would indicate the positive electrode.
yes it does
Powertrain Control Module ( PCM )
The airbag module for the 1997 Ford F150 is located in the passenger side kick panel below the dash. It is silver and black in coloring.
f150 ignition coil sequence
The internal hall effect switch could be bad or the module that is bolted to the side of the distributor. Most Advance auto parts stores can test the module for you.
how to replace an oil pan that goes to a ford f150 1993? how much does the pan cost,and can you show a picture of it?
There is no OBDII connector on 1993 F150. Didn't start until 1996 (97 model).
on the 6 cyl it is either mounted on the distributor or on the driver side of engine compartment close to the firewall. If it is not distributor mounted it will be in the middle of a large alloy heat sink.
under the dash, above the radio. take out speedometer module to get to it
also check and see if you are getting spark. it may be bad coil,or solonoid. good luck ignition module on the distributer
The 1975 Ford F150 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 has electronic ignition , it doesn't have points
the ignition modular is on the driver side 6" from firewall