95 ford ranger 5 speed

Asked by Dec 30, 2015 at 12:28 PM about the 1995 Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I went town the other day my truck started to
hesitate and jerking for no reason the hesitating
starts when i take off from a stop light but runs
perfect when i have it in neutral then it runs fine it
seem to do it more when i press on the gas and
when im driveing it jerks and acts like it going to
shut off but dosent could that be cause the timing
belt not 100% in time it only off 2 or 3 teeth could
be be lossing it compression over a few months or
is it something else

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Normally if you have a skip under load it's a tune up/ ignition problem such as plug wires breaking down or worn out plugs.

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