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Old 09-08-2010, 12:47 PM
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Question 2.5L with fuel pressure problem

I have a 2000 Ford Ranger with a 2.5L. I have been having trouble getting it to start so I started by replacing the fuel filter as it seemed like I was having trouble getting fuel to the motor at ignition. It runs just fine, only starting is the problem. I checked the pressure with the motor on, 65psi. With it off I could actually see the gauge drop from 65, relatively quick. Someone mentioned to me it could be the fuel pressure regulator or a check valve in the fuel pump. Does anyone know if those can be replaced individually, or if it could be something else?
2000 Ranger XLT 2.5L 5spd
1972 F100 Sport Custom 360 A/T

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