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The car, which we've kept as a backup when one of the others needs maitance, just "died" at a light one day. Towed it home and at first thought no fuel, so replaced the pump. Nope, not it. Checked spark, none. This is the 3.8 with the dizzy, not individual coil packs. Checked spark from coil, none. Replaced with a checked new coil. Still no go. What else could it be? Any possibility of it being in the ignition switch (key) on the wheel? Thanks for any help in advance.
 

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The Fords of this era used the TFI ignition module, which is known to die suddenly. IIRC, there was a recall on it as well.....
 

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The Fords of this era used the TFI ignition module, which is known to die suddenly. IIRC, there was a recall on it as well.....
Ditto, bet on the little black box.
 
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