Topic: LINC MARK 7 NEEDS HELP

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    JJSMOKE1
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    Nov 29, 2008 at 2:43 pm
    While driving car cut off, tried to restart, cranks but won't fire, has gas but no spark, replaced coil, cap, rotor, and key cylinder. Still no spark, Im at a loss, what would cause no spark??? Also checked the gas switch in trunk, its ok.

     


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    revhard
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    Dec 3, 2008 at 11:01 pm
    you said you replaced every thing except the plug wires, you could have a plug wire grounding out & that's one reason that could keep it from Starting! scratchchin image scratchchin image

     

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    BigNuttyPaul
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    Dec 4, 2008 at 4:22 pm
    how about the ignition module? not sure what the key cylinder has to do with spark? but with most factory anti theft systems like the gm vat system once the car is running you are in the clear and it shouldn't shut it down.

     

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    vair95
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    Dec 6, 2008 at 10:20 am
    disagree on the plug wire...it would make 1 cylinder miss, but it should still fire...Im leaning more to a coil ground, or coil wire, or on an electronic ignition, something before the plug wires splt off to each cylinder...possibly a fuse...what kind of car is it?

     

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    rickyb1961
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    Dec 10, 2008 at 3:31 pm
    What year is the Lincoln? There were a LOT of years where the ignition control module will cause these symptoms. Usually, however, once the module cools down, the car will start immediately. Being that it is a Ford, the module is the first thing to change. They run around $40.00 for a new one.

    Also, make sure the fuel pump is actually pumping enough fuel. I tend to disconnect the fuel line from the outlet of the fuel filter, and measure the volume that comes out. The manual should give you the spec in gallons per minute.

    Good luck. Let us know how it goes.

    Michael.

     


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