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Once again I'm stumped. I have power going into my coil, the ground is also good. There is no power coming out, so i replaced the coil. It is still doing it. I took a light test and the power is good and the ground is good, they are constant. Does anyone know if it should be pulsing? Or if you had this problem before? Thanks for the help!
Ill try that after I try this, I traced back my wiring diagrams to the two relays by the air box, they weren't sealed good so they got rusted and corodid so i ordered them and they will be in tomorrow, Ill try that and if not ill check my tach.
ok---- you have put a Ranger engine in, you had crank problems and wiring problems and now thats fixed I guess now you don't have spark. Sorry if I don't understand but you should keep a one post going so we can keep up. On the neg. side of the coil you should have a pulse. I have questions. Did you keep the old wiring or the ranger wiring? Did you swap dist.? What did you do so it would crank? We need a thoughtful history of what you have done and go from there. I guess what I'm saying is you should keep it to one post so people will know the history.
Hey, sorry about the multiple posts! And yes I put a 1990 ranger 2.9l into ky 87 b2. They are the same engine and I kept the 90 distributor. The engine is on top dead center. I replaced the two relays by the air intake and the ground on my coil is now pulsing. I put a spark test on my #1 cylender and I am now getting a spark. It didn't start but I hear my fuel pump priming. I'm charging my batterie and putting more gas in just incase I don't have enough. Everything seems to be working right so ill let you know if this works
So I put 5 gallons into it, I'm now getting the right spark, and fuel pressure. On my last attempt to start it when spraying starting fluid into it, it shot a flame out. I'm completely stumped. Any input?
So I can't find the a/c relay, were is that located? And anything that is on the 90 is the same as the 87. Iv double checked the firing order and that's all in the right order, and iv resently put it to tdc just to be sure. The distributer in it has a new cap, rotor, and ignition module that is sending spark to the plugs so I don't see how that would change anything.