1993 ranger XLT 3.0 v6 2wd

Asked by GuruPR4XM Jan 25, 2020 at 04:33 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I just replaced the fuel pump and it was running great
the about a week later it started dieing when I had to break
hard or make a sharp turn, truck died and wouldn't start the
I noticed there's a sensor that connects a hose that from
the top of the valve cover and the other end just past the
sensor leads to a box behind the driver side head light the
hose broke off and it was causing the truck to over idle and
even rev up the motor. So I plugged one end and it went to
a lower rough idle so me being financially challenged at the
time just plugged it and ran it. Well not the truck won't start
at all. It's acting like it did before I replaced the fuel pump.
I'm stumped!!! I don't know what the sensor is called but it
seems to be pretty important. Any input will be greatly
appreciated.

1 Answer

Check the ground wire to computer in pass side kick panel

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