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Hi. i have a 94 ford ranger 4x4 with a 4 liter motor in it. The problem is that it is blowing the eec fuse when the car is under load. I replaced the fuse and the truck started up right away. I can rev the motor all day but when i **** it into gear it will pop the fuse or a hundred yards down the road. it seems like it is intermintent. any help please

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  • kbyadude Apr 20, 2009

    thanks for your help, will do.

  • kbyadude May 31, 2009

    found the prob. short in the 3-4 shift silinoid in the trans



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What your problem sounds like is a short in the engine harness. When the engine is under load it will rock slightly this can cause wires to rub. If the right wire rubs ground it will blow out your fuse. Follow your harness from the fire wall to the engine and look very closely for any rubbing of the wire loom.

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