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Ford Ranger, Fuel System, Truck
#8 of 47 Re: 2005 ford ranger just quits [78gearhead]
Oct 25, 2008 (1:26 pm)
I've not read about Rangers having this problem, but for other autos, these symptoms can be caused by faulty Crank Position Sensor/s.
When this sensor fails, it totally shuts the car down. Very dangerous if you are traveling at high speed. In GM cars (Cadillac) they act exactly as you said, and they also do NOT set a check engine failure code many times. So, 'pulling the codes' will not even show what happened.
#9 of 47 My 1998 Ford Ranger was running fine, until I got custom work done to it. “
Dec 02, 2008 (4:07 pm)
My 1998 Ford Ranger was running fine, until I got custom work done to it. “Air bags, suspension”. The Ranger will crank but it is not getting any gas. The fuel pump and cylinders are not working. If I give the pump direct power it works. All fuses have been checked. The Ranger will start with starter fluid for a couple of seconds then die. It has no alarm. The gas tank was never dropped. So it has to be something that controls the gas pump and cylinders.
#10 of 47 Re: Ford Ranger Fuel System [joel20]
Mar 26, 2009 (4:31 pm)
I hope you got your Ranger fuel problem fixed by now. I just bought a '94 and the night I picked it up and filled the tank, it leaked. I suspect the filler neck and I'm curious on what is all involved with it's replacement. Can you share your experience please?
#11 of 47 Re: Ford Ranger Fuel System [joel20]
Apr 25, 2009 (2:57 pm)
If anyone else has this problem, the tube will have to be replaced. It costs about $3-400. Had to do it when the independent garage that replaced my fuel pump damaged the existing one. Of course, it was not his fault. Took it to a Ford dealership and cost was about the same as independents quoted.
BTW, it you replace the fuel pump, go ahead and replace the sending unit for gas gauge. Garage did warn me that pulling the old fuel pump out of the tank damages the sending unit for fuel gauge 90% of the time.
#12 of 47 1982-1985 Ford Ranger
Apr 28, 2009 (2:12 am)
I have no ideal if it is when my truck is idealing or if it is when driving down the road but when i pull off the top of the breather it has oil or oil and gas both sitting in the breather and i would like to know why it does this My Truck Is Carbureted
#13 of 47 Re: My 1998 Ford Ranger was running fine, until I got custom work done to it. “ [Alan_B]
May 31, 2009 (7:13 pm)
there is a fuel pump saftey shut off switch on floorboard passenger side in right corner at carpet edge line look for red button poped up push it back down then try to start.if that dont work try resetting computer disconnect neg side of battery for 5 min reconnect try starting
#14 of 47 Re: 1982-1985 Ford Ranger [jj_ford_man]
May 31, 2009 (7:17 pm)
you have what is called blow by the rings are stuck or shot compression gets into the oil pan and pushes preshure into oil pan.try 20w 50 oil its thicker and wont past rings as easy
#15 of 47 Re: 1982-1985 Ford Ranger [billlybob]
May 31, 2009 (10:16 pm)
Or, might need a new PCV valve, or the line to PCV valve is plugged or kinked. Something to check first.
Jun 07, 2009 (6:53 am)
I have a 1993 ford ranger, it has a new feul pump and relay, i still can not get it to work or to fire is there a sensor or something that shuts down the system.
#17 of 47 Re: bow64 [bow64]
Jun 08, 2009 (1:49 am)
Yes, there is a 'rollover sensor' that shuts down the fuel pump.
It is on the firewall, inside cab, passenger side, just to the right of the tunnel, just under the top end of the carpet.
I think there is a button that should be pushed in. If popped out, it cuts the power to fuel pump.