Question about 1986 Ford Ranger 2WD
Probally not getting any gas. Turn your key to the start position and listen to see if you hear your fuelpump come on. It should be a humming noise for a few seconds then cut off by itself. If you hear that then your fuelpump shouldn't be your problem.You should have a valve pin on the fuelrail to the fuel injectors. Remove the small cap and depress the pin on the inside and see if gas squirts out. Do this after turning the switch to the start position. If gas squirts out then your fuel injectors are probally not spraying. Take out your #1 sparkplug according to your firing order which should be labeled somewhere under neath the hood and check it to see if it has any gas on it after a few times trying to crank it. If it doesn't then your fuel injectors are not spraying.
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
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