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92 Ranger 4.0 was running fine until i pulled out the engine to change clutch and pressure plate and put it back and now is missing. i changed the coil core, new cable and plugs, even changed injector and still missing on 5 and 4.

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Bad ground faulty or loose wiring double check all your work prior to the replacement.
try putting all your old parts back on and see if that changes things for you

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