95 ford ranger 2.3l inline 4 turns over wont start

Asked by Jan 19, 2017 at 11:11 PM about the 1995 Ford Ranger XLT Standard Cab SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was driving went over a speed hump and my
truck shut off. I towed it to my house and tried to
start it same problem truns over but wont start. I
checked all the fuses and relays there good.
Thought i needed a coil pack and it did nothing.
Checked the inertia switch and that was fine.
Anyone know what i should check next this is my
daily driver and would be nice if i can get it
rumming again.

2 Answers

795

Have someone press the inertia switch while you crank it up. Also see if maybe any loose parts, the intake maybe? Also could be a loose connector... Do you have spark? Fuel? Fuses ok - for ECM example?

55,285

Reset the inertia switch. I believe it is located on the firewall inside the vehicle behind the glove box.

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