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1992 Ford ranger when wet or very cold will not crank

1992 Ford Ranger will not crank if very cold or wet outside as temperature rises it will crank

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Corroded or lose connection on the battery starter or starter relay. check and clean contacts.

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Starter or battery teat both today!

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possibly distributor cap getting wet. Try this. When it's not starting, remove distributor cap and dry inside and outside with hair dryer on warm setting. See if it starts then. If yes, replace cap and rotor and make sure plug wires are clean.
If it still doesn't start, you may be getting mositure in a wire connector that operates spark to plugs.

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Check by getting a spark plug and plugging a spark plug wire into it and grounding the side of the plug. crank engine and watch for spark at gap.

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