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Your coil is good but truck won't start would it be the ignition modual?

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2008-01-12 16:46:43
2008-01-12 16:46:43

more than likely is the ignition module. What year?

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if you have good fuel pressure it will eliminate the fuel pump and or fuel pump relay. next i would guess it would be the i.c. modual. "ignition control modual" some people call it a distributor modual. it's inside the distributor. 170.00 at auto zone. goodluck,songwords "ignition control modual" is no longer in production very hard to find now.


I had a similar problem on a Ford truck and it turned out to be the ignition switch. The truck would start just fine but when I released the ignition key the truck would die. I replaced the switch and problem was gone.


Take the ignition control modual out of the distruboter and have it tested at your local parts store. The have a tendency to have that exact problem. They willl not inject fuel on the enital start up.


check the wiring change the starter relay and clean ignition switch with electicial cleaner.


Ignition is most likely culprit, plugs, wires, cap, etc - engines that run smooth at idle but break down under load again are usually ignition related. Year / model / engine would help determine where to start... I'd be looking into ignition issues.


I have a 93 chevy pick up all I want is to hard wire the starter so the the truck will start with just wire straight from the starter to battery


The radio time would stay on if you had the keys in the ignition but the ignition was only turned halfway.


Could be a faulty ignition switch. I would check for loose wires and connections both under the dash and under the hood, especially those dealing with ignition.



Have the neutral safety switch checked. Pop the hood, hold a key across the screw posts on the solinoid. it should start......make sure ignition is on and truck in Neutral.


Ignition or ignition switch could be bad or the selanoid could have went out


Yes, you could but you would damage any electronics on the truck that were on when you jump start the vehicle. I would advise against it.


yes as long it was weird to the ignition so when the button is push it would start the car just like turn the key


This is the amount of time that it takes the ignition to start. This information would be present in the users manual.


ign spark control modual see if when it dosnt run if you have spark if no spark start there if it has spark check the redistance on injector.


after replacing the stearing colum what would cause it not to start. You may have disconnected the ignition switch.


Well, I don't see that it would help it any! There are 2 keys for a reason! Why would you want to insert the door key in the ignition? It surely won't start the vehicle! Unless the ignition is already screwed up and can start with anything! The tumblers in the the locks for the ignition and doors are different! It would be like putting your house key in the car! Won't work!


There are a couple of a reasons why a 1994 Ford F150 truck will not start. The truck may have a dead battery or the spark plugs need to be replaced.


my first thought would be to check the starter . if you can tap on the starter and it starts after that..you have a bad starter .




i would change the electrical part of your ignition switch- i would change the electrical part of your ignition switch-


I would expect that the power for the fuel pump would be supplied through the ignition switch so I would start there, that is check the ignition switch.


Ignition switch! Try turning the key to "on" position without starting vehicle. Leave key on for about 10 seconds. Try this twice. I had a 1997 Chevy blazer that was getting no gas or spark. Drove me crazy for three months. pulled fuel pump ,(was working fine). Truck would turn over ,but would not start. It ended up being the ignition switch. My key & tumbler was ok, but the switch in there wasn't. Cost for ignition switch is about 130.00.




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