My 2001 ranger 2.5 L has a "pinging" condition that has not been solved even with new DPF/EGR, plugs, wires, etc.

Asked by Nov 24, 2014 at 01:54 PM about the Ford Ranger

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What type of fuel are you using? It sounds like you may be experiencing pre-ignition. Try using higher octane to delay the combustion of the fuel.

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