Question about 1986 Ford Ranger 2WD
Yes it is possible, you might need a coil or module. the module can be checked at the parts store(Call first to see if they have the equipment) The coil can be checked with an ohm meter. you will need the numbers for the resistance on the primary and secondary leads of the coil. If those numbers are out of range replace the coil. I would also check the fuel pressure. I have put in new pumps before and had to change them as soon as the next day. I only get my pumps from napa or speedway. OEM. Good luck
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
Dont know year model of truck but if its a ford ranger 2000 or newer then it is possible the inertia switch is defective. switch is designed to cut off fuel supply in event of collision but i have found them to be quite sensitive. mine is located passenger side under dash. check to see if the reset button has popped.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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