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When my 92 ford ranger sits all night it will crank and crank but not start
Try turning the key just to on. Listen for the fuel pump to run and quit. try this 2 or 3 times then attempt to start . if this works it may indicate a leak in the fuel system. Hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
battery may be shot, take it to a local parts store for free testing. if it's not that then it may be a charging issue or a short somewhere.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
If there is no bleedr, the loosen the lie and get fluid to at lest that point. The bleeder, not having onwe is unlikely, no offemce, just make sure. If the bleeder is anywhere it dhould or would be at a point higher than the line on the slave cylinder down on the bell housing. Open it and let gravity takr over unti the fluid drips steasdy. Slowly depress clutch once to get fluid moving.If long term non usem The cylinders, master and slave, good luck may have leakage needing replacement.l good luc and be careful. be sure brakes are set and vehicle is in neutral when underneath. Engine need not be running.
Posted on May 14, 2009
check the fuel pump and see is working properly, if the pump is good than the problems will be the crank sensor is faulty. what crank sensor does it sense the turning of the flywheel and it send a single to ecu, and ecu send a flow of power to turn on the fuel pump as long it sense the flywheel turning.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Problems with a new car should be under warrenty. Take it back to your dealer as attempting to repair it may void your warrenty and cost you big money.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
Without seeing it it is a hard thing to diagnose. You could have an injector leaking, possibly a fuel line. Do you smell gas? Sometimes with fords around the fuel filter leaks because of a broken clamp. The o rings around the fuel injectors could be leaking, or one of the rubber fuel lines. If you go off road alot, you could have a pin hole in one of the rubber or metal lines. Check and get back with me and I will do the best I can to help. Hope tis helps.
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
Testimonial: "tyvm for all your help ,I will check everything and see if i can find something leaking "
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