Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Lapeer , Mi
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yeah, we have a Gasser Section for Just such Request. Most of us do have other Vehicles that are Gassers, 4 in my Case. I have a 2000 Ranger that has the 4.0L with the Coil Pack System. Took me a while but I had the Common Wire to the Coil Pack break somewhere in the Wiring Harness. Took out one of the Spark Plugs and Clamped it to a Bracket on the Engine. Turned over the Engine and No Spark. Consulted the wirnig Diagram to try and Find What would Cause the Coil Pack not to give me Spark. Everything Checked out Good. I thought it can;t be that Simple so I cut the Common Wire to the Coil Pack and Hot wired it Directly to the battery. Cranked it and Got Spark. Put the Spark Plug back in and she ran great. Reran a new Wire Perminately and been running good ever since. Check for spark. You should also give More Specs ont eh Truck, Mileage, Engine Size, Any Modifications, Etc.
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