Engine Mechanical problem
1992 Ford Ranger 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Manual 200K miles
Suddenly my tired old Ranger doesn't start. I have no spark at all, so I have taken the ign. Module & the primary coil to O'rielly's & they both checked ok. Best I can figure it must be the crank position sensor, or the ECM itself. Thinking the ECM is seldom the problem, that leaves the CPS. Due to the high cost of this part I neeed to be positive the current one is bad before buying a new one, I need to figure out a way to test the old one. Any idea's? Also, the main connector from the CPS is a 4 wire plug. The CPS also has a single wire with connector comming out of the samr wiring bundle. What is this single wire for? The power to the CPS? The signal from the CPS to the Ign. Control module? If possible I want to test the CPS w/o removing it.
I thank you in advance for any help you can give. Wiggey
have the same problem?
Saturday, May 17th, 2008 AT 1:33 PM