Question about Ford Ranger
Check your fuel pump. What happens is after running for a few minutes the fuel pump heats up and pushes out the less than required volume of fuel needed. Once cooled down it works fine until it warms back up again. This is a sign of a fast failing fuel pump and should be replaced as soon as possible. Remember that fuel in the tank also cools the pump so the more fuel the longer it will stay cooled. Could be caused by a bad ground as well.
Posted on May 25, 2009
This is due to bad sprak plugs, bad ditrubutor cap. Check these things first.. Make sure you getting spark in all cyln. Also replace the spark plugs.
Fuel pump = there are two fuel pumps make sure there both getting charge. One is in gas tank and other in the engine compartment.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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