Hey, guys! New to the forum. I know someone must have answered or attempted to answer this question before. I purchased an 88 Ford GT 5.0 convertible from a guy who could't turn a wrench. Last season the car would fire right up on a cold start, hot start not so much. I have changed the ignition switch, HEI distributor, solenoid on fender wall, repaired a few lines that were pieced together like a 1930 barn. I have followed a few instructions found on google search, but they are for fuel injected cars. I have power coming from the yellow, brown/pink and red/green wires from ignition switch 12 volts, 12 volts from coil. I however do not have 12 volts on the red/lt green wire going to the HEI distributor. The car turns over but there is obviously no spark. I traced the wire back to the firewall, but the red/ltgreen wire does not trace back to the same wire. It was cut and runs into a larger gauge black/pink wire. When I followed the wire it goes into a connection just below the fuse box under the dash and appears to head towards the fuel pump relay. Also the Radiator fan is controlled from a stand alone switch on my console. I'm above average with a wrench but wiring is a whole other level. Any guidance would be wonderful.