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I need help. Multiple wires from the distributor are the same color.
2 Dark Green with no stripe.
1 solid black.
2 black/yellow.
I need injector pulse so I can start my car .
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See if this helps while I keep looking
This is great! THANKS!
I'm not sure if the Br9nco is quite the same as the f250. There is 6 wires on your diagram and mine has 7 .

What book brand is that? It looks informative with detailed explanations .
That way I can help others too and learn while I do it .
 

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HAHA

GOOD ONE
 

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So I replaced the distributor and now I get 10.5 volts!
Awesome . One step closer .
Now to replace the TFI that the EasyCarDiagnostics site made me fry with their bullshit advice .
 

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sure chief!!

gonna sit back and read your train wreck!!!!

keep it coming!!
 

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sure chief!!

gonna sit back and read your train wreck!!!!

keep it coming!!
It's going to be alright grandpa. Just make sure to take your meds .
You dont want that straight jacket again and be civilly committed.

Bad enough I had to hire a crew to clean all your **** off the walls that wrote the demons are here all while moving your head in all directions really fast like you need an exorcism.
Hes crazy everybody. And not in a scary way. .
 

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that's it?

pretty weak, dude, but i should not be surprised by your reading comprehension up to now.
 

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for a 96 f250.
light duty F250 are different then heavy duty f250. f150 and light f250 were EEC-V OBD-II in 96. heavy f250 and f350 were EEC-IV OBD-I

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Yall need to get your punk asses back to TrashBook where you belong.
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So are you going to help or are you just going to sit back like piles of ****
I dont even need to ask.
I might not of been any help with my joke but Indy gave the best help for your "how to test this PIP" question. The youtube video he posted is the best explanation of how to troubleshoot the TFI ignition. The guy gave clear instructions on how to do it with the most basic of diagnostic tools. He even gave a general overview of how the system works. You took that info, saw that the wires were different colors and decided it wasn't applicable despite the video clearly stating that the wires could be a different color. Instead, you started touching random wires to parts of the car.

When I say this, I mean it with 100% sincerity. You shouldn't work on any electrical system on your car until you get a basic understanding. Best of luck to you. Hope the car is running soon and running strong.

I don't have a Facebook account, BTW.
 
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