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Fuel pump wireing no fuel getting from pump to engein

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Just a suggestion---these are known for the relay under the hood for the fuel pump to go flaky---locate and clean the contacts (it should pull out) and or tap on it to see if fuel pump begins to work again--clearly if no fuel coming out the pump could be bad.

There are several ranger/explorer forums on the net with good info for many problems--Google year and problem to see what comes up.

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