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Old 05-22-2003, 09:12   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 94 ranger (2wd standard with the small six in it). i have the problem that there is no power at ALL, when i let the clutch out it almost dies unless i rev it out and burn the clutch. i have replaced the carbon can, the slave cylinder and a few other things trying to find the problem but i cant, i even took the exust off (running a open man) to see if it was the cat or the muffler was cloged, if any one has any other places that i can look please help, im running out of places to look for power.
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Old 05-23-2003, 05:11   #2 (permalink)
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Are you getting a check engine light? Sound's as though your not getting any timing advance. Does it idle properly? Start O.K.? How many mile's on the engine?
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yeah it has alot of miles on it, 140 i think, and yes it does idle fine and run fine. but no the check engine light doesnt come on
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Sound's as though it may have jumped timing?
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Re: No Power

Accelerator cable not stretched, so throttle not opening fully, so it dies.

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