Re: HELP! 351 Cleveland no spark
Lots going on here, does it have points?
If it does, check gap, check for corrosion, potentially replace
Check for voltage at the positive side of the coil with a test light during crank and key on (should be dimmer in the run position)
If you have power in run and crank at the coil, move the test light to the negative side and repeat, should flash as points open and close, if it doesn't then it's in the distributor
If you don't have power during crank, see if you have power on the I terminal of the solenoid during crank, and that the wire is hooked up to the solenoid. FYI - Power for the ignition during crank comes from the solenoid on a Ford, in the run position it comes through the ignition switch.
70 Sportsroof, 427 FE/489 cid, TKO-600, 31 spline 4.10, A/C. modified Mass-flo EFI/reprogrammed A9L/CnC ported Victor.