my 94' does the same thing, if you take bed of the truck off. right where your rubber hose meets the gas tank is probably split, that's where mine is
The 1997 Ford Ranger engines are fuel injected , so no carburetor
The electric fuel pump is inside the fuel tank
Does it turn over? Does it have fuel/spark/compression?
Take it to a repair shop.
Inoperative fuel gauges are usually caused by a bad fuel sending unit. It is located in the fuel tank and the tank or the truck bed must be removed to replace it.
drop the fuel tank and ou will find the fuel pump
Normally one Normally one
It's in the passenger footwell by the kick panel
Try along the frame rail under the driver's area--Follow fuel lines
I have a 2000 Ranger and the reset button is in the passenger side kick panel. If you look between the glovebox and the floor it should have "Fuel Reset" labeled on the kick panel.
It's under the drivers side door, by the front axle
In the front passenger footwell by the kick panel
I don't know if it's the same on your 1997 Ranger , but on my 1995 Explorer 4.0 L OHV engine , the fuel pressure regulator is on top of the engine about 2 inches to the right of the oil fill cap ( when looking from the front )
According to the 1997 Ford Ranger owners manual : ( The SuperCab model has a 20.5 U.S. gallon / 77.6 litre fuel tank )
find fuel cut off switch
Follow the fuel lines from the fuel pump toward the engine. You will find the filter.Follow the fuel lines from the fuel pump toward the engine. You will find the filter.
on my 1988 ford ranger (2.3L, 5sp), the fuel filter is behind the driver's front wheel on the inner side of the frame. it's kind of easy to find by following the fuel lines from the tank.
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where is fuel filter located on a 1992 ford ranger
Yes , the 1994 Ford Ranger has fuel injected engines
Yes , a 1991 Ford Ranger has engines that are fuel injected
fuel relay switch on 2004 ford ranger 4.0
Do you mean fuel filter hose? That would be the supply gas line. Please reword.
There is not a fuel cutoff switch or button on a Chevrolet.
In the gas tank.