Ok I have an 87 ford ranger with the 2.9 v-6 5-speed manual and it has dual fuel tanks. It was running fine and we took it for a ride and accidently ran it out of fuel so we pulled it over to the shop and put about 5-6 gallons of gas in it and we cant get it to stay running. Its turned over and ran for a second once or twice. It will run on staring fluid in the intake but dies when you stop spraying it. The bleeder valve on the fuel rail doesnt apear to be getting fuel just air when we bleed it. We have been turning the key over to turn on the fuel pump and it does appear to be working you can definetly hear it. We have tried turning the key over a lot to try to bleed out the air but to no evail. So if you could please point us in the direction I would appreciate it, Thanks Janson Palmer
have the same problem?
Friday, January 14th, 2011 AT 7:10 PM