Question about 1987 Ford Ranger
Old fuel in tank, fuel filter clogged, plugged/clogged carb. or fuel injectors.
1. Drain fuel from tank and replace with new fuel with SeaFoam or Lucas
2. Repace fuel filter
3. With engine running at a high idle and air cleaner off, spray or pour carb/fuel injection cleaner into carb/fuel injectors.
If problems persist, check plug wires for cracks and/or breaks. Pull spark plugs checking for fouling.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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