Question about 2003 Ford Ranger Regular Cab
Ranger has been worked on 4 times by the same place in the last 4 weeks. The fuel pump has been replaced twice, as well as having a new fuel filter, relay, pigtail and wiring. New plugs and wires were installed on the second trip back. It is starting to run rough again. This is what happens before it just will not start. When driving down the road, it starts to hesitate ever so slightly. The initial problem was that it would turn over but not start. A Ford dealership ran a diagnostic before taking it back to the independent mechanic the third time. Dealership said it was fuel pump code. I have no clue what is going on, but I am about ready to drive it off a cliff. ANY ideas and suggestions would be appreciated.
If the pump has been changed twice its probally not the pump. could be the fuel pressure regulator. the computer will still throw a fuel code but in order to really diagnose the problem they would have to test the fuel pressure.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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