Re: 1987 Ford Ranger 4X4 2.9 L Problems
I've never done one in a Ford, but my Dodge was easy. Pull the distributor
cap, remove the rotor, remove a shield, take out a couple of screws, unplug
a connector. Reinstall in reverse order. There were no adjustments. I seem
to recall the part for the Dodge was about $30.00.
"Big T." <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Is this a big deal to fix or is it something I could figure out?
>> If I recall this engine correctly, there is a magnetic pickup coil in the
>> distributor which senses distributor rotation and signals the ignition
>> module to spark. Chances are that the pickup is shot.