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Hey guys so Ive got a 2004 Ford ranger XLT 4.0 V6 with 208000kms on it. I just replaced the fuel pump with an AC aldeco fuel pump and noticed that the fuel consumtion is alot more than it used to be. After doing some research it seems it may be the fuel regulator but I dont know im not that great with vehicles. If anyone could help me diagnose or figure out if anything needs to be changed. eg: new plugs, wires, fuel injector cleaner ect. I live in a northern town so finding a midas or canadian tire wont do.
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Hey guys so Ive got a 2004 Ford ranger XLT 4.0 V6 with 208000kms on it. I just replaced the fuel pump with an AC aldeco fuel pump and noticed that the fuel consumtion is alot more than it used to be. After doing some research it seems it may be the fuel regulator but I dont know im not that great with vehicles. If anyone could help me diagnose or figure out if anything needs to be changed. eg: new plugs, wires, fuel injector cleaner ect. I live in a northern town so finding a midas or canadian tire wont do.

whens the last time parts have been replaced?

oil changed/filter changed
fuel filter
spark plugs/wires
air filter
cleaned throttlebody
clean maf
have you ever seafoamed the truck?
tire pressure?
added any weight? tools parts w/e
driving habits?


Theres a lot that can change your mileage.
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