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Old 02-05-2012
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Engine missing under load...

Hi... the other day when my 03 4x4 Ranger was warm and I was trying to accelerate the engine started missing... almost like it was flooding itself... when I put the transmission into neutral I could rev the engine with no problem... the "check engine" light started blinking. When the tow truck came to take it to the garage the tow truck driver could not start the engine... at the garage after sitting for about 4 hours it started no problem and the only check engine info they found was that the engine had misfired and when they took it for a road test everything seemed fine... any thoughts? TIA
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