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Old 01-14-2006, 18:01   #1 (permalink)
olymunch
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1987 ford ranger 2.3L 4cyl EFI 2wd

Hello I have a 1987 ford ranger 2.3L 4cyl EFI that keeps stalling out.
It starts right up(and drives) when it is cold but after it starts and
runs for a while it dies and wont start back up. It is not overheating,
I changed the fuel filter, coil, spark plugs, air filter, cleaned the
distributor cap and rotor, checked the fuel pump which squirts like a
champ, and all the electrical stuff in the cab works just fine. Also
the fuses look great and the fuel pump shut off switch is not engaged.
When I took the air intake off and sprayed starter fluid in it it did
fire.
Please Help
Thank you
Anthony

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