93 Ford ranger

Asked by Jul 02, 2017 at 09:10 AM

Question type: General

I have a 93 ranger after driven a while and I get
some where and shut it off when I try to start it
back all it does is turn over....if I let sit for a while it
starts rite up...whats my problem?

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If it doesn't turn over then you have a starter that has a thermal problem. But if it cranks the engine and it won't fire off it can very well be the ignition module and or the distributor pickup, if they have never been replaced I would do them both at the same time then you know they are fresh and ready too go. HTH

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