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Old 11-18-2007, 04:12 PM
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Cool No spark, fuel pump not kicking on, PLEASE HELP

]I'm a chevy guy but came across a steal on a 94 ford ranger ex-cab 4x4 lifted 6in sus (superlift) on 33s it has a 4.0L V6 and its a 5speed with only 106,600 miles on it, here is the KICKER its been rolled 3 times I got it for $900 bucks to make a mud toy.

I put a new battery in it (Its been sitting for about 4 months) turned over and over Nothing, I checked the fuel pump cut off switch it was reset (the kid b4 me reset it) checked all the fuses inside and under the hood, and fuel pump relays, there all good, I put a new coil back on it, nothing,

I finily cut the 2 wires going to the ernursha switch (fuel pump kill switch) twisted them together, nothing so I ran a hot wire right off the battery to the fuel pump kill switch wires and it kicked right on and I tested it at the fuel rail and it hade good fuel pressure but still no spark?

I'm lost I got people sayen crank sensor and than others saying the pcm in the pass side lower kick panel? I'm at a loss? the truck was running and driving fine b4 it rolled, it sat for 4 months, and I bought it HELP!!!!

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Mike Boyce

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Old 11-23-2007, 12:44 PM
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Check all your grounds good,especially the firewall to the motor ground. sometimes multiple problems can be caused by something as simple as that.
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