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Old 05-12-2013
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88 2.3L - Wiring problems - No power at coil

I completely swapped this motor from an 88 Ranger along with the harness and the ECU/ECM and I'm trying to make it run independently of trans/fuel pump

I am having some problems getting it wired correctly.

Pin 1 (KAPWR - Keep alive Power) runs down to the positive Battery Terminal
The 3 Green/Black ground wires next to the KAPWR strap are bolted to the chassis.

I've jumpered the EEC Power relay to Power pins 37 & 57 so the system should have power.

When I turn the engine over I have no spark, because there is no power to the coil...

What am I missing?
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