Mechanics

STALLS

1988 Ford Ranger • 2.9L 6 cylinder 4WD Automatic • 151,000 miles

Truck runs great, but stalls at stoplights/signs. I need to keep my foot on the break and give it a little gas when i'm stopped to keep it from stalling out. I've had the plugs replaced and a tune up. It's the only issue I have with the truck. Nit sure if it's a sensor or bad fuel filter. Would ga s type make a difference
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Booge76
December 27, 2013.




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CJ MEDEVAC
Dec 27, 2013.
The fuel type shouldn't make a difference. Have you checked for vacuum leaks? Have you checked the idle air control valve (IAC)? The IAC is responsible for maintaining the engine idle speed.

Let me know.


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