starting problems

Asked by Jul 14, 2017 at 06:58 PM about the 2001 Ford Ranger 2 Dr Edge Plus Extended Cab Stepside SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have a 2001 ford ranger and when i go to turn the key it doesn't try to crank
over at all but i have full battery power we got a new starter we check all relay
and fuses and check the fuel pump i hate to go out and keep buying parts!! Any
idea??

2 Answers

Sounds like a relay to the fuel pump. If you don't hear the pump power up when you turn the key on it probably is the fuel pump. It's one of the relays mounted on the firewall above the oedals. Try engaging the starter while tapping on the really boxes.be patient and try several times. Sometimes you will find one of the relays has been unmounted in the past. This is usually the one that has been the problem.

we tried to do the short out of starting it if would crank but not start! i firgured if it was the fuel pump it would still have some kind of power to it!!

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