you need to first check to see if your mallory unite is getting power, if it is you need to check and see if your unit is getting a signal from the distributor and if its not you may need check some wiring connections.
I'll include a link to a video below that will show you how to repair the ignition coil in your Ford F250 or F350. hope this helps.
the inline fuse for the ignition requires remove the bezel panel and the gauge panel from dash. trace the red wire up and to the top rear right of the dash you'll find a lump in the wire.
What is there stance specifications on an ignition coil for a ford 5.8 f250
the gvw on a 1977 f250 8600lbs or 8800 heavy truck 10x better truck than they make today
8 on 6.5
The ignition lock seems to be broken.
around 9000lbs give or take
it is telling you that you have an electronic computer problem with your training it is telling you that you have an electronic computer problem with your training
you may have a short in the ignition swith get test checked, a steering column specialist can do this in a couple of minutes
Sounds like ignition switch needs replacement
Good rule of thumb around 6 to 8 btdc
Short in the circuit, the circuit is overloaded, or you are installing too small a fuse.
will 1996 f250 rims fit a 1999 f250 bolt pattern
EEC stands for Electronic Engine Controls. The EEC Relay provides power to the computer.
no............ unless you have a aftermarket alarm system of some sort
this is one of those problems where your tear down the colum and go from there.
Normally attached to the distributor (not the cap) on the side. Takes a special tool to remove it. Available at the parts store.
No. ... You absolutely cannot do this swap due to different transmissions bell housing bolt patterns. The frame stanchions for the 390 engine mounts would have to be swapped in to the '83. The 390 was discontinued in 1976 in the F250's so the 1977 had to have been swapped once before. Be sure the 1977 F250 you have is the correct year if, in fact, you actually do have a 390. Person above is an idot. Swap motor mounts, and swap engine. if you have a c6 trans in the f350 you be just fine.
The title on a recently purchased 1977 Ford F250 shows it weighing 4000 pounds. This is for a 2WD, regular cab, long (8') bed.
Click on the link below Click on Owner Guides The Owner Guide ( which includes the fuse diagrams ) can be viewed online
I would look first to the rotor, and then maybe at the module check the ignition module