Question about 2003 Ford Ranger Regular Cab
I just purchased this truck from the original owner, 52,000 miles, the engine light came on when I took it on 100 mile trip. I seems to have a skip. What might be the problem. The plugs and wires look original. Should they all be replaced or just the defective one if that is the problem?
The truck looks very nice and appears to be have been well maintained.
Pull spark plug cables one at a time from the coil pack... when it idles... if you pull one and there is no change in the motor you have likely found the culprit
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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