Their is two things that itcould be, the first which is a common problem on fords is the "ignition module" located under the hood directly on the distributer or along side the fire wall. Go to an autozone or murrays
buy a ignition module and replace it then see if this fixsthe problem if not as long as you don'tdamage the part in any way you can return it for your money. The next part is the ECM relay. If the Module is not the problem do the same. With this.
As I was saying though the module is a common fault in early fords.
Let me no what happens will figure it out.
I try to answer questions as though it were my car, like I m standing in your shoes looking to diagnose the problem.
Monday, October 8th, 2007 AT 3:45 PM