Question about Ford Ranger
Well you have to find out if it has spark, pull a plug wire off a plug, hold it near ground and have someone crank it if you get spark fine if not, put it back and pull the coul wire out of the center of the distributor cap, sam thing hold near a ground if you have spark fine replace the ignition rotor, if no spark contact me the procedure is way too long to type here
Also before that have someone put their ear on the fuel tank neck where you put the gas and turn on the key they should tell you they heard a buzz for about 2 seconds if nothing check the fuel cut off switch either under the carpet under the heater on the passenger side floor and push the red button down if it's up and try again the fuel pump listening thing or the switch is behind the kick panel on the passenger side right side footwell. ther is no fuse for the circuit.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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