Question about 2002 Ford Ranger Regular Cab
Motor started skipping and quit.
Without running some tests on the engine it is hard to say what could be causing the problem, Check the fuel pressure, and the crank sensor, which is located near the vibration damper on the front of the engine at the crankshaft. If the wiring is broken or the connector is loose, the problem will be intermittent. If it does it more when it is raining, then the sensor could be taking on some moisture. If the fuel pump is going bad, it could stop from the lack of fuel pressure. There is a test port on the fuel rail on top of the engine. Some look like a tire valve. you can use a good tire guage to check the pressure. But do it quickly as it will expell fuel when you put the guage on to the port. Have someone turn the key on and off while you are testing it. I wouldn't start the engine because of the fire hazard it would create. I hope this helps. Good Luck
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