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Old 02-04-2012
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89 ford ranger engine problems

ok so iv got a 1989 ford ranger with the 2.9L 5speed,
so it runs just fine untill it starts to get warmed up, then it just falls on its face and will only rev up to 3 grand. iv tryed everything i could think of, new cat, new tfi moduel, O2 sensor, fuel filter, cap and wires and new plugs, and nothing has seemed to make it any better. so if anyone knows what could be the problem let me know
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