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Old 08-17-2011, 10:13 PM   #1
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Question ignition trouble

i have a 84 f150 and it cuts off while i am driving and i check it and it is getting no spark i have changed the ignition switch ,coil,cap,rotor,battery,all new wires from the battry and the starter solinoid and it still loses spark and then it wont start of course can anyone help me im ready to drive it off a cliff if i could get it there
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