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small-list Digest Fri, 22 Dec 2000 Volume: 2000  Issue: 215

In This Issue:
Re: [Re: EGR problems]
A|C Installation In Explorer
Engine Looping while driving


Date: 22 Dec 00 22:38:12 EST
From: Tim Turner <>
Subject: Re: [Re: EGR problems]

"David Cooley" <> wrote:
> There is an EGR Differential Pressure sensor... has 2 lines that run to the
> EGR tube and sense the difference in pressure across it...  Always fails
> before the valve or anything else.
> I think it is about $50.00 from the dealer

Agreed; occasionally the EGR solenoid fails and it's always a good idea to
check the integrity of the vacuum piping.


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From: "Gary Snook" <>
Subject: A|C Installation In Explorer
Date: Sat, 23 Dec 2000 06:09:08 -0600

"Mark Biederbeck" <> wrote:
> After much deliberation, I have decided to keep my 91 Ranger 4x4
> (4.0/auto)IF and only IF I can install a/c into it w/o too much hassle.
> anyone give my any advice here?
** SNIP **
> Also, I'm intending on using an R-12 system since they cool
> better (no environmental arguments please

I feel I must comment here.  If you buy a 134A system, it will cool as good as an R12 System.  They have redisigned all the parts to make it do so.  I have a 94 Ranger and a 97 Aerostar, both with R134A.  The Aerostar cools BETTER than the 92 Aerostar I had with a R12 system.  (Both have/had dual air).  The people who CHANGE from R12 to R134 will experience poorer preformance with R134 because their system was not designed to use that referigerant.  At any rate, the price of R12 must be astronomincal by now.

Hope this helps,


Date: Sun, 24 Dec 2000 22:21:37 -0800 (PST)
From: "R. Aton" <>
Subject: Engine Looping while driving

86 Ranger: 2.9, Auto, 4 wheel dr-   is surging and fells like it is starved
for fuel.  Won't take off and get up to speed without motor felling like it
is looping.  Runs fine at idle, has had new fuel pumps, fuel filter, fuel
pressure regulator , TPS, plugs, wires, distributor cap, and basicly all the
little thigs.  Need help, problem getting so bad I can't hardly drive the
truck any where without starting out at 5 mph and slowly excellerating.
Censor may be bad but computer codes don't seem to be pinpointing the
problem.  Email me direct if you have any suggestions or experience with
this kind of thing.

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