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Old 11-02-2005, 07:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Stock865.0
it is not "also" called that. they are two distinct things. on the ford dis ignitions system the Crank position sensor (first trace), is used by Ignition module to generate PIP (third trace), which is used by PCM to generate SPOUT (second trace), which is then sent back to ignition module to fire coils. Ignition module is a microprocessor controlled module that decides which coils to fire and when based on signals from CKP and SPOUT. You have to disconnect the SPOUT to adjust timing.....

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your right, i looked at some of my wiring diagrams and they are 2 diffrent things. i have been wronglly(spelling?) calling the spout connector a PIP for a very long time now....but it sends a signal to the coil, there is only one...on then new 4.6L they have more then 1 coil (2 coils on the older ones, and one coil perplug on the newer ones)...for some reason only ford/gm calls the ignition system with a distubitor "DIS"...To every other car company DIS means "distributorless ignition", as in NOT having do distibutor. i think ford calls it "coil on plug" now ...1 sparkplug, 1 ignition coil..anyway your right it is called a spout...but i'm still ganna call is a pip lol... i think we got side tracked from the orignal question and lost the guy that was asking how to set base timing...
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Old 11-02-2005, 10:58 PM
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um ......call me retarded but im sure i only have 1 coil..........wich i jus changed to a msd blaster 2 coil and ya im lost....lol...jk im good im pickin up what u guys are scrapin about :tongue:
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um ......call me retarded but im sure i only have 1 coil..........wich i jus changed to a msd blaster 2 coil and ya im lost....lol...jk im good im pickin up what u guys are scrapin about :tongue:

if you want to learn more about cars or mustangs pickup "5.0 mustang" or "MM&FF" if they are still around....if you have any buddys into mustangs, see if they have any older issues (the older ones will deal with more 5.0L stuff and not so much with the 4.6L)....if you do pick up something to read, read it! dont just look at the pic's
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sorry...the "s" is on the end of coil because of bad (mostly drunken) grammer

i didn't mean to imply that a 5.0 had more than one coil :laughhard
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Originally Posted by Stock865.0
sorry...the "s" is on the end of coil because of bad (mostly drunken) grammer

i didn't mean to imply that a 5.0 had more than one coil :laughhard
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