what would make gas come out the tail pipe of my 1991 ranger 3.0

Asked by May 16, 2014 at 08:16 PM about the 1991 Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have changed the fuel pressure sending unit,plugs,wires,dist. cap,oil and i am still
throwing gas out the exhaust pipe.Can anyone give me some hints on what else i can do?

2 Answers

105,485

Did you mean the fuel pressure regulator? If not the regulators start leaking fuel into the vacuum line that attaches to it, so check that, then the fuel injectors some of them might be stuck open or leaking.

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55,415

Stuck open fuel injector might do this. Is liquid gasoline coming out the tail pipe? Also I have reported post number 2 as spam.

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