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1988 ford ranger 4x4 2.9L only cranked,changed fuel pump in tank because it was not make any noise still only cranks changed other fuel pump still only cranks. hit reset. still nothing i have fire but now fuel haqve about 5 volts a tank

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Possible fuel pump relay

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Try this. While somebody cranks the engine over whack the bottom of the fuel tank (about dead center) with a rubber mallet. If the vehicle starts replace the pump. The fuel pump is kept cool by the fuel in the tank. Running the tank dry is hard on the fuel pump.

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