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I have a 96' crown vic 4.6 no spark

I have a 96' crown vic 4.6 and i am having a problem getting spark from the spark plugs. i have checked all the fuses and relays no messed up wires or anything. the check engine light is on and stays on even when i try to crank it. the engine turns over but doesnt run. i also checked fuel pressure everything is fine on the fuel system. thanks for the help

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    toneman2121 May 11, 2010

    how did you test for spark?

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Try the ignition module.

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