Q: My car sparks and has fuel but no firing - 1987 Ford F-150

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I have replaced distributor coil plugs wires ICM timing chain and gears fuel pumps and I still get no fire cranks hard no fire

My car has 140 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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