Engine in reference is a '90 5.0 w/'85 distributor w/steel gear, and '84 Mustang Durapark wiring, ignition module, etc. All electrical components, dist, cap, rotor, plugs & wires, ignition module, ignition switch, starter, starter solenoid, etc is new.
I can hit the switch, the motor turns over, I get fuel (new pump & carb), I get spark, but no start... arrrggghh. I don't have another vehicle to check with my test light, but here's what is puzzling me: The black wire (goes to dist) coming out of the ignition module has power w/key in ON position, yet wiring diagrams I'm finding for duraspark ignition shows black wire that comes from dist to be a ground? When I plug it up = no more power? Should this wire even have power? If not, what would cause it to have power?
Below is the diagram I am using.
This is the car in reference. I've done lots of work to it, brakes, suspension, motor/trans. The car was painted bright Silver, then rolled out of the shop where it sat for 3yrs. The guy lost interest. I'm real close to finishing it, aside from interior, but I need it running....