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Old 05-25-2014, 10:43 AM
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I recently replaced the left valve cover gasket on my 1990 2.9L Ranger and now when I start it the fuel pump does not cycle right when turning the key on. It just keeps running. Any suggestions on what I could have done or knocked loose when reinstalling the valve cover?
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No solution yet?

I would check to see if you pinched or otherwise damaged any wires around the valve cover.
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