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If the copper wires weren't cut or damaged, you can seal the insulation with nail polish and then wrap with electrician's tape
Posted on Nov 07, 2019
Ok the wire could have been rubbing against the hose clamp from engine vibrations and Rick got you covered here for the wire repair now to the no start condition because the output wire was making ground contact it's possible that you have a few blown fuses in the power distribution box and possible fuse link damage ///First Lisa you must do the wire repair and either Ricks method or solder it back together then heat shrink it and the tape a small piece or rubber hose around it for protection and if it was rubbing it will show up on the hose before a problem comes ///next check all fuses in the power distribution box and the cable end and lug and clean there contact points replace all blown fuses obviously ok //next try to start it if you found bad fuses next we need to check for spark at the plug wires ground to the engine or held just over the spark plug top if there's spark it will jump to the plug and you will see it //if not now look at the coil/s for voltage coming in and out if none your crank sensor /ignition module (( no year given )) could have blown from the grounding voltage from the alternator wire this will most likely damage the ignition module they ard problematic without this happening ok ///next post comming
Posted on Nov 09, 2019
Everything on a vehicle moves through temperature change or vibration and things that touch are apt to chafe and be damaged and it is amazing how often a soft material can wear away a harder material. This is a large part of the value of regular inspections.
If the wire conductor is undamaged, half a dozen layers of electrical insulation tape carefully and neatly applied will provide sufficient insulation though the adhesive it is not resistant to heat and will unwind over time so securing it with a small nylon cable tie will prevent that.
Posted on Nov 07, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2003 ford ranger dtc code index
hi there this code is a common problem with this engine
the dtc code p2004 is related intake manifold runner control it is stuck open bank 1a .
you need to replace controll switch
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
SOURCE: Misfire on 4, 5 & 6
Take your time, if its been awhile do a complete tune-up. and preliminary check a misfire can come from a defective cap and rotor, fuel and air filter. a leak in the fuel system or defective regulator.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
sounds like the auto choke isnt turning itself off properly but to be totally honest i would need this to happen when i test drive it to diagnose it correctly .
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
2000 ford ranger wont start off switch if u jump the silanoid it will start. new start and ignition switch
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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