Question about 1994 Ford Ranger Supercab
I have a small acceleration problem, it feels slugish from stop to go, 3.0 L engine V6.
Start by checking the OBD1 fault codes with a code reader, then if nothing shows up check the fuel pressure, it should be 42-44 PSI, and it should go up when you race the engine for a second to about 50-52 pounds, up never down, if it goes down then you may have a plugged fuel filter or failing fuel pump. To check the codes without a scanner click this LINK
Posted on Feb 16, 2012
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