Question about 1995 Ford Ranger Supercab
When I'm driving down the road, holding the gas pedal in a steady position, the truck starts to sputter and ****. I have changed the fuel filter and the air filter is clean. The truck does have 197000 miles. What is suggested? Change the plugs and plug wires?
John, I will save you some money, I just took my 94 ranger with the same problem to the dealer and they fixed it. They replaced the ignition sensor and the fuel pump sensor and a O2 sensor. The ignition and fuel pump sensor is in a fuse box right behind the battery. They are a 1 in. black pull out cubes. Ask a parts store which ones they are. Numbers are stamped on the cube. John in Oregon
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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