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Old 08-17-2012
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'04 Ranger Issues

A few days ago, my wife's ranger suddenly decided to stall out. I waited a few minutes and it started just fine. The next day she goes to drive, it wont start at all. I finally got it to start but the ECL popped up and my buddy has a scanner which states P0174. We have checked for vacuum leaks, changed the spark plugs and PCV valve. We have been working to find the problem with this. Its only in Bank 2, and stating its running lean. I have read a few threads on here about it. All the solutions I have read on here haven't helped at all. The next thing is to check the fuel injectors "o" rings and make sure the intake is tightened.
Can anyone help me out?
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