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small-list Digest Tue, 27 Feb 2001 Volume: 2001  Issue: 029

In This Issue:
Re: break the ice

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From: "mikah vosekuil" <vosekuilm hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: break the ice
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 07:07:14


it can be any number of things but don't rule out the tps.  if it was
replaced a year and a half ago, think of how many times you move the gas
pedal in a year and a half.  it could be a bottom of the barrel tps too.
when mine went out 7 months ago i bought the cheap one from autozone.  it
lasted about 5 weeks then the same symptoms came back.  i checked it with a
lab scope and it had two flat spots in it.


>From: "Travis Johnson" <flatheadv8 hotmail.com>
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>Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2001 23:14:40 -0700
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>It's been pretty quiet around here lately. About a year ago I asked about
>my
>87 ranger stumble. sometimes when I start out from a stop it barely goes
>withno power until you either floor it or let off the gas then it runs
>right.When you floor it nothing happens for a second then suddenly it feels
>likesomeone hit the nitrous(wich I don't have) and it runs right. Somedays
>itstumbles, somedays it doesn't, when it does, it does it at acceleration
>andcruising. When it stumbles I could hear backfiring in the exhaust when
>my
>muffler was off, now I have a K&N open air filter and I can hear backfiring
>through the intake. Someone said it is the high pressure fuel pump. Well I
>haven't replaced it yet. But I guess I not sure that it is the fuel pump
>because of the backfire and how the stumble is efected by the throttle. Can
>anybody relate to this? Or offer any ideas about what to look for. For the
>record it shouldn't be the TPS as it was replaced about a year and a half
>ago,  I get 11-17 mpg, and it's a 2.9l.
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