About a month ago I bought a 1999 Ford Ranger, 3.0 V6, 4WD, with a little under 120,000 miles on it. Next tuesday it will be a month, and I have put about 900 miles on it myself. Last night I was headed out to my girlfriends house, on comes the check gauge light poped on and I looked around and my oil pressure was not there. So I stopped and turned around, got to the top of a hill and started down a hill and pushed the clutch and the engine cut out. Tried to pop start it a few times, did not do a thing. Got to the bottom of the hill, pulled off to the side, turned the key, nothing. I called my uncle and we towed it to his garage, while I was there we made sure the battery had a charge, then we pulled the started out and it was good. He sent me home ot do some research while he kept tinkering with different things. Would it be a moderately painless fix, or do I need to go engine shopping?
have the same problem?
Saturday, February 24th, 2007 AT 4:37 PM