Question about 2004 Ford Ranger
I drive down the road on a cold day with the wind blowing and when i come to a spot where snow is blowing across the road it will miss fire. This only happens in blowing snow, never while driving in the rain or even in slushy conditions.
Sounds like you have a bad spark plug wire. Start the vehicle, then take a squirt bottle of water and spray around the plug wires. You should find it. It'll look like static around the bad one. Also you should get the misfire. You'll probably find a worn area on the wire. Best wishes to you.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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