Question about 1987 Ford Ranger
First problem won't start unless I jump across solenoid. Put in new solenoid still have to jump to start. Second problem,will run for a for about 45-60 mins and dies. about 30-40 mins later it will start up again.
Okay I want to say get an ignition switch for the starting problem. The wire that makes the solenoid work comes from the s terminal on the ignition switch. The ignition (i) side of the ignition switch goes to the coil. The running and dying could be the coil. Both wires start at the ignition switch. Check those two wires for connections. Take out the switch and see if the (i) and (s) terminals do anything when you turn the key.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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