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#29 of 117 1995 Ford Ranger Stalling/Dying Issues
Oct 13, 2009 (8:55 pm)
I have a 1995 Ford Ranger XLT 4 cylinder stander w/325,000 miles truck loose power when the outside temperature reach 100 degrees, then it start to stalled. I have done a tune-up and replace fuelpump and fuel filter,Air filer and Air mass censer. the problem corrects itself in the morning when is cool then it runs normal.
only when is hot outside is when truck stalled and rough idle
#30 of 117 Re: 94 ranger 4.0 [marshallw2]
Oct 14, 2009 (10:00 am)
you may have carbon build up I have sea form motor treatment and it help. hope this helps
#31 of 117 Random stalling 2003 ranger
Nov 01, 2009 (8:11 pm)
driving down the road at any speed the truck will just die out but it does not have any problem of starting up and keeping on going tried replacing the coil pack and that didnt do it, i need help have afeeling im gonna spend more money than is needed...
#32 of 117 Re: 94 Ranger - engine quit while driving [tinydog2]
Nov 01, 2009 (9:31 pm)
I had a 94 Ranger, starting missing bad,went to AutoZone,I put on a new
Mas Airflow Sensor.Runs great now,NO miss!
#33 of 117 Re: Random stalling 2003 ranger [rick2343]
Nov 01, 2009 (11:29 pm)
Well, on Cad Northstar, this symptom many times means the Crank Position Sensor is bad.
#34 of 117 stalling 1994 ranger [bolivar]
Nov 16, 2009 (5:59 am)
I have a 94 ranger xlt 2.3 and when i get up and start it cold it starts up fine but as soon as i drive it and if i stall the vehicle will not start it takes about 2-3 min before starting it will go but not turnover after getting it to start then none of my signals work or my hazard light work. Then later on the signals will work. Any ideals as why it doesnt start right up after stall and why my signaland hazard lights stop working temporarly.
#35 of 117 99 ford ranger stalls when hot
Nov 23, 2009 (12:17 pm)
I have a 99 Ranger that stalls when hot. Hault says that a inexpensive part near the distributor is the culprit. The problem is My car does not have a distributor. Can someone help? Pulidore
#36 of 117 need some help
Dec 03, 2009 (7:25 am)
i have a 94 ranger 3.0 has 160xxx miles. ive owned it since 97 with only 40xxx miles. never had any trouble out of it. but last month i was driving home and i stopped to wait to turn and it died on me and wouldnt start back. the next mourning i went out and started right up, so i took it down the road and back and when i got home i shut it off and it wouldnt start back unless i let it sit for bout 5 hours, after that happend ive replaced the fuel filter, plugs, wires, coil, cap, and rotor button, mas, its getting spark and its getting fuel, ive checked all fusses and relays under the hood and under dash. what else can i do
#37 of 117 Re: need some help [jr42717]
Dec 03, 2009 (7:00 pm)
Fuel pump relay goes bad, making intermittent contact. Switch the relays around, they are the same, or buy a new one for the fuel pump. These relays are a know problem on Rangers.
Fuel pump itself is going bad and dropping fuel pressure.
There is a 'rollover' fuel cutoff sensor which may be going bad. Its under the edge of the carpet on the right side (passenger) of the 'tunnel'. It's also got a reset button on top of it. Check connections here.
There is a crank position sensor. If it goes bad, the truck stops dead. This is a problem on certain years of Cadillacs - when it fails, it fails so fast the car will not set error code, but it will crank and run later.
Just a few wild guesses......