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Where is the fuel injector located on a 4cycle ford ranger 4x4

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I'd guess with a 1989 you have throttle body fuel injection, which means that the "injector" is in the metal part that would be where the carburator used to be. Old cars had the air filter on top of the carburator.
you really can't see much of it.

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