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Today my 96 ford ranger 4x4 rattled and stalled out a few times, and i almost didnt make it home. i recently had a new transmission intalled but i dont think that has anything to do with it, could it be the electronic dist.?

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It could be the computer. I drove around on a completely burnt computer and it did the same thing. Finaly it wouldn't go above 25 miles per hour.

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