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1994 Ranger A/T, 4cyl everytime the rear end is jacked up in the air ie. to change a tire or something, it won't start after that. Once it sat overnight it started the next morning. Any guesses?

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    check your fuel pump safety shut off switch. where are you lifting the vehicle from?

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Sounds like ah sensor or somthin dont really know

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