I have a 1990 ford ranger 4x4 2.9 liter v6. It had set for a couple years and i got it and i have put everything fuel related on it new! And now i can drive it until it gets warmed up good and it will
It will die on me after its warmed up good
and will turn over but wont start but i can
let it set for a while and it will start up and
do the same thing.(oil pressure hand jumps
around) i was thinking the oil pump or
sending unit but im not sure. Any ideas or
suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
maybe a bad coil
Yea someone else mention that but i wanted to get a second opinion on it thanks. Is there anyway i could test it or know if its bad before i buy one?
I would rather think that it's an Ignition Module (on the side of the Distributor) since it fails once warmed up. Yes, coils fail too - due to ignition modules. A good indicator is that you can restart the truck after a 20 to 30 minute rest. Also, you should go ahead and change out the oil pressure Sender/Switch - they're an old problem
Where is the oil pressure sender/switch located? I have put a new ignition module on it.
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