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I'm working on a motor that uses a vacuum and electrical harness from a 1986 Mercury Cougar 3.8L with EEC-IV. I have an unused vacuum line from a solenoid and I'm not sure where it goes. It's labeled …
asked Sep 17 '16 by Kevin Evans
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I'm having an issue with my project 1984 Ford Ranger 2.8 L. I've upload a video of the issue here. After starting up, the engine stalls after a few seconds. I've adjusted the timing to get max …
asked Dec 25 '16 by Kevin Evans
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I have an old 84 Ranger with a 2.8L V6 and I'm trying to squeeze out as much power out of the engine as possible. The cat had been removed by the last owner, so the pump was essentially just pushing a …
asked Aug 7 '15 by Kevin Evans
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I have a Motorcraft 2150 carb which has some pretty bad pitting on the main body. The pitting caused like two small holes and is causing fuel to slowly drip. I can only see the holes from the outside …
asked Feb 27 '16 by Kevin Evans
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I've recently changed the oil and filter on my 84 Ranger 2.8L V6. I used 10w-30 dino oil and filled it in range on the dip stick. I noticed that after I changed the oil, the oil pressure gauge (on t …
asked Sep 10 '15 by Kevin Evans
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I have an 84 Ranger 2.8L V6. It seem that nearly every time I start the car, it has a pretty rough idle while it warms up. If I just rev the engine a little bit for a second and release (just barely t …
asked Oct 14 '15 by Kevin Evans