Do Not have one on it
should have distributor
if have no spark check for code s
check module and pick coil inside the distributor
November, 30, 2010 AT 12:24 AM
Thanks for the info. How do I check for code S?
November, 30, 2010 AT 12:27 AM
Some late 95 should be an OBDII ready if earlier need a scanner
or an Ohm meter
let me know what you have
November, 30, 2010 AT 12:32 AM
I dont have any of the above listed items. Do I need to take it to a FORD shop to have them run a scan on it or can I unhook the battery to attempt to reset it?
November, 30, 2010 AT 12:41 AM
Any local repair shop can help.
Just if its an OBDII ready most part stores can scan it for free
why did you think that it needed a crank sensor?
December, 1, 2010 AT 2:06 AM
A buddy said it might be that, I am just trying to figure out what is wrong with it and taking whatever advice I can get.
December, 1, 2010 AT 2:14 AM
It was made in Jan 1995.
December, 1, 2010 AT 2:48 AM
SO CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT IS WRONG OR WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO FIGURE OUT
December, 2, 2010 AT 12:35 AM
It was parked for a about 2 1/2 years and would only be driven every now and then because I was overseas. It started acting up after about 2 years and would lose power while my wife was driving and then die. If it would sit for a while she could start it back up and it would make it home. WHen I got home I changed out the fuel pump, coil, and had ignition module checked. Now it starts sometimes and other times it won't. If it does start it might run for a few minutes and then die. When it dies out, it is as if someone turns off the key. It has no rhyme or reason as to when it will start or not.
December, 2, 2010 AT 12:55 AM
Check for spark
and injector pulse
if you are sure that the Module is good suspect hall effect inside the distributor