Starting Problems// Stalling at Highway Speed 05 Ranger
Today I filled up with gas to travel back to upstate new york. At the fuel pump I filled up at the same station I usually do, and I went to get in my truck to start it, and there was nothing. The engine cranked and cranked but there was just no starting.
Eventually I waited a few minutes and pushed the truck away from the pump. I tried to start the truck a bunch more times, and nothing. I then pressed the reset switch for the fuel inertia pump, and then the truck reluctlantly started.
The truck finally started, and then about 110 miles later, while driving at about 45-50, the engine stalled on me, there was no response to pushing on the gas at 45-50 and then soon enough the engine stalled. I was greated with the oil light, and enigne light (normal I guess for an engine stall). I tried to start the truck again after pulling off to the side.
I got nothing, until I pushed the fuel intertia switch button. Then the truck started right back up. Truck then later this evening has started fine and ran fine.
Now, I don't know if that switch is actually doing anything when I push it or iff it is a fluke, but what could be wrong with the truck? It is a 05 with about 62,500 miles on it.
Any common problems that could cause this? Any one else have this problem?
2005 Ford Ranger SuperCab XLT 4x4
4.0L V6. 4:10 Gears. BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM's, Torsion Bar Crank, Bilstein HD Shocks, Autolite Platnium 5143 Plugs, Autolite Professional Wires, Tonneau Cover, Bed Liner, Chrome painted rear differental cover... Thats it.