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Old September 12th, 2013, 08:25 AM
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Replaced TPS on my f150 302 now truck wont start,pulled coil wire no currant out of the coil. The tps according to direction can be adjusted?? dont know how to adjust and will that keep the coil from firing??? Thanks Steve
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foot note this is a 1995 f150
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It shouldn't keep if from firing, it could make it run like crap, but it's still fire I believe. Have you check for voltage at the coil? Does the fuel pump prime?


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Voltage to the coil no output voltage,ran good when we brought it to the shop,now wont start have not checked the pump,belive its the coil but why all of a sudden coil goes bad??
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With the ignition switch on see if you have 12v on one of the low voltage connector on the coil. If you have 12v on one put a test light or voltmeter on the other low voltage connector and have some one try to start the truck. If the light/voltmeter goes on/off as the engine is turning over you could have a bad coil. If the light does nothing than the problem is else where. Try pulling the computer codes.
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