Re: 1990 Ford Ranger surging problem
It sounds like a problem similar to one I had on my 1987 2.9L Ranger.
Everyone said it was probably a sensor or bad fuel injectors - the computers
seldom go bad. After spending a couple of hundred dollars on sensors,
including a complete distributor with module, I installed a computer from a
1988 2.9L Bronco II.
It fixed the problem, although I need to buy the right computer for the
"?" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I own a 1990 Ford Ranger with a 2.9L engine. Upon a cold start the engine
>will not idle up properly. It surges and takes a while to warm up. If I
>drive before it is completely warmed up, it continues to surge until it
>does warm up. Once it is warmed up it runs great. Timing is right on.
>Recently checked the plugs, wires, and timing. Has anyone else encountered
>a problem like this? Any help would be greatly appreciated.