Question about 1998 Ford Ranger SuperCab
My 1998 ford ranger truck is missing on the forth and fifth cylinders and i have replaced the plugs and plug wires and then the coil pack and it is still missing any ideas where to go next?
I am thinking on the answer as fairlady,did you check the plugs to see if they are fouling out by oil, the valev seals cud be worn and oil is wetting the plug, when you crank the engine or there is no compression, the piston rings can be worn, okay.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
Things that can cause it to miss.
fouled plug (checked)
ignition signal to coil pack( switch old coil pack to a working cylinder to make sure its good and you may find a possible short in the wiring to the coil pack) alternately check the voltage to the wires going to the coils make sure like colors have like voltages. im not too big into ford trucks but thats a good start for most vehicles
possibly injector stuck open and flooding cylinders
timing could be off
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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