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Old 12-23-2010
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i have 2 rangers 1 is 1992 4x4 the other is a 2wheel drive 1990 .the reason i am posting is because i took the body of the 2 wheel drive and put it on the 4x4 frame i hade to change all the wiring but for some reason it misses and gas is going out the exhaust can any one help me
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Old 12-24-2010
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gas is coming out of the exhaust where?
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Old 12-25-2010
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its going out the tailpipe and i dont think all cylenders are firing because when i pull the plugs out they are soaked with gas the number 2-3-5 are the ones that are covered with gas hope this helps thanks for the help
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