2005 Ford Ranger



February, 13, 2014 AT 8:45 AM

No fire to plugs replaced coil still no fire and I have 12 volts to the coil


2 Answers



February, 13, 2014 AT 9:35 AM

Check fuses underhood first as one may have blown, then scan for codes. Also circuit breaker 1a and 32 in the smart junction box. Then check crank and cam sensors against new ones resistance wise


mike luckey

February, 15, 2014 AT 7:23 PM

The old rangers had what was known as an inertia switch that would shut off power to the fuel pump, and also shut down spark in the event of an accident. Sometimes these switches would fail. If you can't hear the fuel pump cycle, I would look to see if the new rangers have something similar. Also, If both of these things fail, you could have a bad PCM relay. You should hear/feel it click when you turn the switch to the on position. Hope this helps.

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