1988 Ranger 2.9 4x4 sometimes will not start i can not hear the fuel pump turn on when it wont start other times i hear the fuel pump click right on and it fires right away. I have replaced the relay?
Now replace the electric pump and all your troubles will be gone...its a bad fuel pump...not uncommon on electrical fuel pumps.
There are 2 coils and 8 sparkplugs on a 2001 ford ranger 2.5 you have rebuilt engine which coil is intake and which is exhaust i assume it fires on exhaust too i need help gettin plug wires back?
Check out the website www . the ranger station . com (no spaces) In the upper right of your screen - click on technical library scroll down - towards left side of screen is RANGER ENGINES - TROUBLE SHOOTING click on 4 - cylinders scroll down for diagram ----------------------------------------- just adding to my answer , the front coil pack is for the drivers side plugs ( intake )
Lightning is the major cause of forest fires. careless smoking, campfires that are not put out properly, left untended, or lit in droughts, deliberately lit fires used to prevent forest fires sometimes escape containment, and people (arsonists) also set fires on purpose. War andhuman error also cause forest fires. ----------------------- ***Not according to Smokey the Bear. See the related link below, read the discussion, get the facts.
91 sevile 4.9 engine miss fires back fires idles hi work that's been done is replaced head gaskets timingchain icm ecm ohmed all grounds cleaned all grounds replaced coil tune up fuel psi 43?
Class A fires are fires that leaves behind ash, including wood, paper, foliage, etc. A Class A extinguisher is optimized for this type of fire, but doesn't work as well (or sometimes at all) on class C (chemical and grease, or "boiling" fires) or Class C (electrical) fires. Class D fires (potassium, aluminum, etc.) are rare outside the laboratory and not typically considered in selection of an extinguisher for the average user.
Metallic substances which can cause fires are alkali metals such as Sodium or sometimes alkaline earth metals like Magnesium. Water is not to be used under these circumstances because it will combine with the metal and form Hydrogen gas, which is very inflammable. These fires are best extinguished with sand, CO2 or bicarbonate based extinguishers.
As soon as this question is answered it will be wrong, because there are new wildfires every day somewhere in the world. When it is summer in America, there will be wildfires. When it is summer in Europe, there will be forest fires. When it is summer in Australia, there will be bush fires. Fires are caused naturally, usually by lightning strikes, but some are caused by arson, that is, they are deliberately lit. Often…
You must make sure that the metal part of the end of the wire is grabbing onto the spark plug. Sometimes you may need to bend the metal part on the inside of the end of the wire so that it grabs on to the tip of the plug. I've replace a couple wires and plugs and you have to make sure there is metal to metal contact