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#1 of 99 1999 Ranger Cutting Off While Driving
Nov 01, 2007 (10:27 pm)
1999 Ranger XLT 3.0L Automatic 77,000 miles
It started tonight and at first cut off a couple of times then it started happening more frequent while driving. All of the lights and everything stay on. There has been no check engine light, etc.
#2 of 99 Re: 1999 Ranger Cutting Off While Driving [stick0413]
Dec 07, 2007 (6:03 pm)
I'm not sure about the 99 ranger but i've been having the same problem with my 2005 Ranger edge 4.0L Automatic 33,000kms. i had it checked out at the dealership and the told me it was the inertia sensor, i guess when it is bumped or jolted it cuts off the fuel. now i figure it had to be a fuel pump problem but i guess i'll have to wait and see when i pick the truck up tomorrow.
#3 of 99 hesitation
Jan 27, 2008 (12:50 pm)
we have a 2000 ranger 4x4. 4.0 engine, auto with o/d. when starting up a grade, truck will hestiate . have had trans and engine checked. locals say"good luck". any ideas?
#4 of 99 Re: hesitation [oldvapor]
Jan 28, 2008 (1:22 am)
When was the last time you replaced your fuel filter?
#5 of 99 Re: hesitation [obyone]
Jan 28, 2008 (5:56 pm)
twice in the last six months
#6 of 99 94 Ranger - engine quit while driving
Mar 23, 2009 (4:17 pm)
have read thru posts, but can't make sense out of most of them, so here goes and thanks in advance for any help.
3 litre V6 5speed manual. Have changed fuel pump because CTC mechanic said fuel pressure was too low, nothing changed. Then they said there was a possible NO SPARK situation or maybe even the computer was faulty.So figuring these guys were going to try leading me around by the nose, i pulled truck out of shop.
At home i tried starting it myself by spraying Quick-start into intake. truck will run til i stop spraying. there is fuel at fuel rail (don't now name but looks like tire valve) .
also did change coil pak just to be sure , also new battery.
HAS ALWAYS TURNED OVER QUITE WELL BUT STILL WILL NOT RUN. EXCEPT WHILE SPRAYING QUICK-START INTO INTAKE.
THANX AGAIN FOR HELP
FOR THOSE WHO CARE CTC IS PROBABLY IN COMPARISON TO AUTOZONE BUT IS IN CANADA - NATION WIDE AND READY TO RIP YOU OFF!!
#7 of 99 Re: 94 Ranger - engine quit while driving [tinydog2]
Mar 23, 2009 (5:44 pm)
The fact that it runs as long as you spray the Quick-Start shows the engine is not getting fuel. Either the computer is not firing the injectors or something is keeping the pressure in the rail way too low. I would go back to the low or no fuel pressure as the first thing to check.
#8 of 99 2003 ford ranger
Mar 26, 2009 (8:56 am)
Engine misses when accellerating at 70 mph + above , becoming more frequent, fuel filter maybe?
#9 of 99 1985 Ranger Chronic Stalling
Apr 13, 2009 (1:42 pm)
1985 Ranger V6, 2brl carb, manual trans. has a chronic problem of stalling during slow down at turns and intersections. It will start right back up. It runs great except for the stalling and it burns a little oil. I recall my dad having similar problems years ago but he has passed away so I can't go to him for help like I use to. The truck has new belts, plugs, rotor, cap, plug/IGN wires, fuel filter, air filter, oil, oil filter, thermostat, radiator, fan, the engine is timed, the cooling system is flushed, I cleaned the carb out with carb cleaner and I ran ChemTool fuel additive through a full tank of high octane fuel.
Any ideas will be helpful because I am at the end of my knowledge. Thank you.
#10 of 99 Re: 1999 Ranger Cutting Off While Driving [ceedubz]
Apr 29, 2009 (7:07 pm)
I own a 2005 Ranger. I brought it new in Feb of 2005. Three times it has stalled on me. The first time it was after I had parked it nose down on a hill, it started, but died soon after. Then an hour later it started up and no problems...at least not until a week later. At that time it did it after coming out of a parking garage. This time it was towed to the ford dealership (where by the way it started just fine the next day) and after looking through everything and testing all aspects. They shrugged their shoulders and replaced the fuel line. This was 7000 miles ago (just before my 30k checkup). This Sunday it stalled again. After sitting on a hill, nose down, and about four miles from where I started it. While waiting at an intersection. Once again it was towed, started the next day and the repair shop (not a ford dealership) couldn't find the problem. So I drove it home. It is now three days later and no problems? I was told it might be the inertia sensor. But I didn't hit any bumps. And while it was sitting I had used the AC. My repair man and I are puzzled! I don't want it stalling in a dangerous area. Somebody please help me figure this one out.