- Jul 30, 2020
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- Make / Model
- Ford Ranger
- Engine Type
- 4.0 V6
- 2WD / 4WD
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Good deal budYes I did. Thanks for asking @Orca . I notice my test report has no readings, just PASS or N/A. I asked the guy why he didn't use that probe at the tail pipe, he said, "I could". May be the rules have changed. Overall, my truck has no odd smell in the engine bay or the exhaust, no oil and coolant leak. Its idle has a very small and periodic jitter, which will be my future FORScan homework.
That was the plan... idk why but ever since we got this truck I've wanted to put a 3/2 lowering kit on it, FAT ARSE tires with a mild cammed v8. The PATS system scares me though. I know there's ways around it but....Yeah, but then your daughter would never get to drive it because Dad would be using it all the time!
Yes sir. It's amazing.... how is always gone. Just like the compression tester I had to buy.@Shadowridr1 Have you considered renting this fuel pressure tester instead of buying?
I DO have my old injectors in, they are no good. 1 reads 10ohms, 2 others are 11.8 ohms and the other 3 are 12.4 ohms.
I have the same thought when I first read the ohm values @Shadowridr1 Injectors just have a simple EM coil with the same length of copper wire for the same model. With the cold fuel constantly passing through the fuel rail, I don't believe the injectors are hot enough to melt wire insulation to short circuit the coil. I would clean the contacts and your multi-meter probes with brake cleaner before testing their resistances. Also, I recommend getting one of these cheap but effective cleaning/testing kit: https://www.ebay.com/itm/352819192943... surface contaminates can throw readings off a bit.
Ok I'll do that. New filter should be here tomorrow anyway. What does it look like to you Ron??I would pull the fuel filter and put a container under the Fuel Pump OUT hose, then hot wire/jumper the fuel pump relay to pump out some fuel from the tank
Key on and off a few times might get enough fuel, then put it in a glass/see thru container
To see if its the gasoline in the tank
You may have been Pranked
Yes sir will do. I'm going to just do to full gusto... drain and drop the tank, pull the fuel pump, clean it best I can and replace with a new pump as well. This is a cycles of the key and it sitting for about 15 mins.Looks like dirty water or old gasoline
Water is heavier than gasoline so settles to bottom in a container
Picture here of water and gas, water is at the BOTTOM of container: https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-d77d5add0f877780961a6611d265e109.webp
Looks similar to what you see
While fuel rail is out blow it out maybe put some cleaner in it, let it sit and blow it out again
Do the same with fuel line from filter to Rail when filter is off