2002 Ford Mustang 3.8 cranks but wont fire over

Asked by Nov 19, 2017 at 04:16 PM about the 2002 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My question is I bought a ignition modular for his
car cause it came up in several stores systems
As a part that  2002 for Mustang has. My mechanic
can’t find where the part goes? I’ve done a tune up
replaced the coil pack and plugs and wires and
cranks but won’t fire over any ideas?

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it could be many things , that's why tests are done , check for proper spark and fuel pressure some cars are particular just having it won't do ,, make sure injectors are firing , that's all the advice your mechanic gave you ?

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What’s going on in on parents that were put in which is the crank sensor fuel pump, coil pack plugs and wires were all replaced. Other than it being the computer I’m at a loss the code that came up came up saying everything minus the computer that I replaced. Now I have looked on some sithe and it does say That the ignition control valve is attached to the computer do you know if that’s true.

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