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How to line distributor shaft when replacing ignition control module on a 1991 ford f150 v8 truck

Replacing the ignition control module and need to know how to line up or reinstall distributor shaft

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Set the engine to the number one compression,and bring the timing mark to zero on the harmonic balancer.(or just bring the timing on the harmonic to zero). mark to match the plug wires to cap,remove the cap.(if you can remove the cap without removing plug wire) mark the rotor position to the engine using a scribe, mark the rotor to the distributor, mark the distributor to the engine using a scribe,Take the lock down bolt out and pull out distributor. when you reinstall line up all your marking and check timing.

Posted on Mar 08, 2012

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SOURCE: ignition control module location for 1997 ford thunderbird?

It should be right on the side of the distributor, a small ( usually grey ) plastic type box with 4 connections on one end if i remember right.

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SOURCE: firing order 2001 ford f150 4.6

the firing order is 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8, cylinders are number right bank (passenger side) 1-2-3-4, left bank (drivers side) 5-6-7-8

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SOURCE: Ford 1995 F150 Truck. Turn ignition key off but Truck still runs

ignition switch electrical portoin above brake pedal on steering column

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SOURCE: 1985 ford f150 with 5.0 EFI running very rich

Check you coolant temp sensor ,If it is bad it will be reading{ 40 degrees below zero }and this will cause a rich condition due to the computer thinking it is that could outside, which requires more fuel .:)

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SOURCE: ignition alarm will not stop 97 ford f150

To get the chime to stop you need to take the ignition column cover off and the ignition switch out. Then you need to check the little wire and clip that is still attached to where the ignition came out. If it is still there it needs to be fastened back in place. once done chime should be gone!

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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