No power coming from coil packs

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Asked by Feb 21, 2017 at 06:03 PM about the 1994 Mercury Grand Marquis 4 Dr GS Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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73,855

Have the coils checked at your local parts store.

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Okay i will. Would both go out at same time? If I disconnect the battery for awhile it will start again. Could it be something else?

73,855

How long would it run when you do that?

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It's been good for a couple weeks then just won't start. I've had ignition module checked. It's good. Its like I go mess with the wires and it will start. Thought it was a connection unplugged it ran for two weeks then just won't start again.

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I've got power going to wire harness to coils just nothing coming out to spark plug wire

73,855

Ok, that tells me a lot. So yes have the coil packs checked at an auto parts store, So you say you checked the ignition control module, that should be good. And there is a crankshaft sensor and a camshaft sensor on there. The crankshaft sensor is the one that will go out. There pretty cheap, $20. I am assuming that the spark plug & coil wires are good. To check those it is 8000Ω per foot.

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Will do. Thx

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