OK. Let's do it this way:
Here is another file from a different information service....Maybe you will be able to follow this one a little better.
Download it by clicking HERE
When your browser asks you what to do with the file, be sure to save a copy to your computer. This file can only be downloaded ONE time (FYI only).
If you have any difficulty downloading, saving, or viewing the file, please respond back to me to let me know because I will have to create a new download link for you before you can try it again.
The file contains the listing (at the top) for the OEM (FORD) part number for your ignition control module. No, it does not make any difference if it is California emissions - they ALL use the same module. Some of the catalogs list a "TFI" module. That is for a single-coil, distributor type ignition. Your truck is not equipped with a TFI module, so that does not apply.
I also included the listing from Rockauto,com which shows 3 different brands of ignition modules that are direct replacements for the one on your truck.
With all that said, The file also includes a COMPLETE copy of Pinpoint Test "D", which is the manufacturer's diagnostic test routine for the ignition system for your truck.
Follow the diagnostic routine. DO NOT skip any tests thinking that they do not need to be tested just because a part has been replaced or it is "NEW"....NEW and GOOD are NOT the same thing....TEST IT.
DO NOT read anything into the diagnostic test routine that is not there. Second-guessing the troubleshooting chart will only cause confusion and lead you in the wrong direction.
DO read the test routines carefully and perform the tests EXACTLY as it is described. The only exception is that you will have to perform the tests at the individual connectors in the system because you do not have the "breakout box" to work with. This makes it more difficult, but it can still be done.
If you do all of this you WILL find the problem with your ignition system. You will not have to "guess" if a part is defective, because you will have proven it one way or the other, according to the manufacturers recommendations.