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HI I have a 1986 Ford Ranger 2.9. it will turn over but wont crank, I have taken out all of the injectors and cleaned them, replaced the fuel pumps, checked all the spark plugs and they're firing, the coil pack is working, the distributor is clean...what else can I check or do to get my truck up and running?

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Hope i'm wrong but could be a broken camshaft,good luck.

Posted on Mar 27, 2011

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    Steve Christmas Mar 27, 2011

    Does your truck have point's might check.

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