Question about 1988 Ford Ranger
Truck surges when put under load, it will cruse good 55mph when you hit a little rise in the road truck start surging, you can shift down the surging stops until you go up a hill, the surge comes back, shift down again ,get about 3000rpms the surge goes away, I can hear backfiring in intake when i let the load increase before i shift into a lower gear. I,ve changed dist. cap rotor, Ing. modulal a year ago. could it be valve being sucked into head? Thanks
Plugs and wires, they may be ok for normal driving but you may need some heavy duty wires to pull anything
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
It could be a valve. or it could be a worn camshaft and lifters.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
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