Distributor is a total PIFA to get apart and reassemble as the gear is pressed on...the pickup assembly is 20 the distributor is about 90. Far easier to just get a distributor.
Take the coil and the ignition module and have them tested. In my experience when the module goes it takes the coil too for some reason. I have an Advance Auto here where there is actually a manager who will take 20 minutes to dig out the right tester and test the module rather than say it cant be tested just to sell you a new one...
The TPS will stop the truck in its tracks... easy to test the voltage on it with a 5.00 digital meter.Invest $20 in a fuel pressure gauge. Connect it to the rail behind the intake and see if it comes to correct pressure with key in on position...if it does not then check fuel pump relay and ecm relay. Pull codes if you can...might be the caps in the ECM
20 year old trucks are fun huh?
Last edited by southernyankey1; 07-23-2014 at 01:57 PM.