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Re: OT 2000 Ranger

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reomack

12-07-2013 14:48:39
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Got it Running, cleared the codes. Still running on 5 intead of 6. will continue to work on it. Found the vacuum connection on the rear of the manifold just sitting next to the fitting and the PCV valve right under it not plugged in . Big mess ups on my part. Fuel pressure is still suspect.




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Texas!

12-08-2013 12:10:41
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 Re: OT 2000 Ranger in reply to reomack, 12-07-2013 14:48:39  
I had a 98 Ranger with a 4.0 that had a cylinder misfiring. Hooked up the OBDII code reader and it told me exactly which cylinder was the culprit. I pulled that spark plug and the ground electrode was severely worn. Ain't OBDII handy?



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4play

12-08-2013 00:40:28
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 Re: OT 2000 Ranger in reply to reomack, 12-07-2013 14:48:39  
That vac line you found off is notorius on the 3.0. the rubber gets swelled and they can pop off or simply leak. Anyway you got it running on 5? What cylinder is missing? check spark by pulling the wires off at the coil, check and compare the spark quality. These years of rangers or 3.0's have their share of weak coils causing misfire concerns. I think on most if not all of them I've seen the spark is weak on the suspect cyl all of the time.

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12-07-2013 16:58:03
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 Re: OT 2000 Ranger in reply to reomack, 12-07-2013 14:48:39  
Glad you got back to us. Now that you have the vaccuum hose problem cured, and the pcv valve back in operation, your next problem will be sorta baffeling.

I would check the spark plug wire, and, perhaps put a set of new plugs in.

From your orig. post, yyou have good compression on the cyl. not firing.

John,PA



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