Question about 2007 Ford Ranger FX4 Off-Road
Possible the coil pack went out. Did you spray carb clean in the throttle boddy(or a fuel pressure gauge) then tried to start it to make sure it is not a fuel problem? If you tried this and it did not start you will have to check it for spark by pulling a plug wire and testing that. U can use an old spark plug for that. If the engine turns over too easy be carefull! The timing belt could have gone out and could cause major problems. If this is the case you should test the compression on each cylinder.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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