The external fuel pump of an 1988 ford ranger 4*4 xlt is located inside the fuel tank or gas tank.
According to my Chilton repair manual , fuse # 16 is a 15 amp fuse for the fuel gauge on a 1994 Ford Ranger
Either change fuel filter or fuel pump...
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.
Find the fuel gauge and remove the fasteners that hold in place the instrument cluster panel. Ensure all the wires are disconnected and find the unit that sends the fuel. Identify a black ground wire and disconnect it to replace it with a new one.
The fuel gauge could be getting improper signals from the fuel sensor. The sensor is located inside of the fuel tank.
It could be the fuse, but mine is because the floater that measures for the gauge is stuck.
relay is giving power to other relay pump not working
If fuel injected - in the fuel tank If not in the front lower section of engine - follow fuel line
fuel relay switch on 2004 ford ranger 4.0
Yes , a 1991 Ford Ranger has engines that are fuel injected
Yes , the 1994 Ford Ranger has fuel injected engines
where is fuel filter located on a 1992 ford ranger
I think it has to do with the fuel pump. it happen to me one time
sending wrong fuel ratio mix
Looking at my Chilton repair manual engine wiring schematics ( with a magnifying glass ) for the 1992 Ford Ranger it looks like fuse # 16 is a 15 amp fuse for the fuel gauge
Don't, just refill tank ever 250 miles
Bad dash ground.
If its Fuel Injection U put a FI pressure gauge on the Fuel Rail.
On a 1988 Ford F-150 : ( I BELIEVE the front tank holds 19 U.S. gallons )
Take it to jasper they rebuild any motor.
bad ground or float stuck 2 possibilities i can think of
where is the fuel filter located on a 1990 ford ranger 2.3 L engine