Re: fuel delivery
89+ Rangers had a single pump intank. But you'd need to transfer lines over from that year to eliminate the secondary pump, and I am not even sure if you can use the stock fuel pump assembly. This would be a territory not may have gone through.
There is only one postitive wire driving both pumps, so I am not sure if that's the solution you want.
Is it blowing fuse links?
Think the best place to start would be to sit down with an EVTM and start diagnosing with a volt meter at the relay harnesses. Actually, the ignition is not really what drives the fuel pumps. The computer relay provides the positive side of the relay to turn it on, and the computer controls both pumps by grounding the relay. The ignition runs to the computer relay to turn it on, then the computer is what controls the pumps. So it could be that the computer is not turning on(?).
If it's just the wire that's sorted from the fuel pump relay to the fuel pumps, I know exactly where you can patch this, but you need to verify that wire is actually shorting to ground.
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Last edited by Psychopete; 09-03-2010 at 05:21 AM.