Question about 2006 Ford Ranger
look at the fuel rail you will see where the fuel regulator is it has a vacuume hose attached to it.
the first test we need to do is dissconect the vacuume hose and just turn the key on do not start. make sure ther is no gas in the vacuume hose or comming out of the regulator..
i have had these leak and flood the engine.
let me know how this turns out?
if this isnt the problem we need to check your injectors.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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