Re: 94 ford ranger starts but dies immidietly
I recently "seafoamed" my 2000 3.0 and I unplugged the brake booster vacuum line and had the same symptoms you described, so I agree with the guy who said "start hunting for a vacuum leak". I had an old mechanic help me do this once by starting it and keeping it running while squirting brake cleaner around know vacuum spots. When the idle dipped, thats where the leak was. At least it gave me a place to start looking if I couldn't keep it running smooth enough to hear this "HISSSSSSSSSSS" of a vacuum leak.
B]2000 Ford Ranger 4x4 3.0 flex fuel. 120,000+ miles and still strong.[/B]