I'll checked spark at coil and then at one plug. Ill check both banks at same time. I've done atleast 25 cam swaps /timing chain r+rs (not just on sbf all makes models) and the chain was unremarkable. (Nothing to note / normal)You said it has spark so i'll assume you did not just checking the coil...I would still Pull a plug on each bank and have someone crank it see if both plugs fire if you haven't all ready,... If it has fuel and spark at the plugs and not even kicking one bit with starting fluid I would be looking at the timing and compression how tight was the chain when you swapped the cam.
Blue lightning?I would throw a new pump in it, there cheap enough, the corning thing to me sounds like a busted fuel baffle in the tank, had many cars do it over the years, mostly ends in a stumble / lean pop when the tank is low.... Maybe slap the tank and see if you can head it move around
As for coils I prefer the blue streak fd 478 there around $25-30 and still made in Poland so less worry about cheap China or the recently crappy Mexico sourced stuff.
Standard motor products bluestreak there top line.... There t sereis that all the parts store sell is China or Mexico production. https://www.rockauto.com/en/parts/standard+motor+products,FD478,ignition+coil,7060Blue lightning?
Thank you.Standard motor products bluestreak there top line.... There t sereis that all the parts store sell is China or Mexico production. https://www.rockauto.com/en/parts/standard+motor+products,FD478,ignition+coil,7060
FYI,Good evening everyone this is my first post.
I have a 1992 ford mustang gt 5.0 5 speed.
This week my car developed a crank no start condition. Was running last week fine.
So far I have checked and confirmed.
Spark at coil.
Spark at plug.
38 psi fuel pressure.
I had the car towed to my house and it sat in my driveway for 2 days. It started (barely ran like crap) and I managed to pull it in my garage it idled for another 10 seconds and then died. Hasn't run since. Not even the slightest bit of trying to run. No one's home in the motor.
No recent motor work.
Looks original Motorcraft dizzy.
I know the infamous pip/tpi dizzy issues. However I don't see point of throwing a new dizzy at it if it has spark.
Thank you in advance,
for anyone just joining the thread:
Doesn't start on ether.
Doesn't start when stout is pulled.
Only code is 63. (Tps voltage is at .30 when throttle closed)
A Oneill;- Code 23 means your TPS isnt set in the range of the parameters of the ECU..... Anything from .96 - 1.0v are the sweetspot settings..FYI,
Have you tried disconnecting battery for 5-7 mins during the no start condition?
I had similar issues, TPS was 3-4V at throttle closed,
Pretty sure my car was thinking I was pressing WOT and not allowing injectors to come online.
TPS fixed me up, but I did have Code 23
Try start fluid as well into Intake