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1987 FORD RANGER W/2.9 ENGINE

WILL NOT START CHANGED BOTH FUEL PUMPS GAS REGULATER PICK-UP IN DIUST, WIRING FOR PLUGS CAP KEY SWITCH STILL WILL NOT START

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    March Palone May 11, 2010

    Does it have spark and fuel at engine?

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    need replacement Fuel pump 1987 ford ranger

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I know this is going to sound crazy, but my son's truck was having the same thing's going on... fixed alot of the same things... still nothing. sometimes i could pump the **** out of it, and keep cranking, and it would fire for a moment and then die.Some times it would start and run til it got warmed up, and then either run like ****, or just die went down to Schucks and had them test the alternator, and they said it was good... tried a few other things, and then gave up, and it sat for several months. Was talking to a different guy at Schucks again one day and he said that he thought that he remembered there being some kiind of a problem with the alternators in the same year frame... so I went back to the house, pulled the alternator out (truck wasn't running) and had them test it again... sure as **** it was weak... bought new one threw it in, and the trucks been running every since... reason for long story? I was told everything else under the sun to replace, but this was what was wrong.

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Replace the inertia switch and it's plug over time the plug and switch get warm and melts plastic plug causing a loose connection that continues to get worse until the truck won't at all ford sells the switch and the plug together possibly updated parts

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1987 FORD RANGER W/2.9 ENGINE - wl2f121003.jpgIs this the pick up you were talking about. If not this is a frequent problem.

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