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My truck stalls and dies in hot weather and won't

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Check ur control module. On the dist had the Sam problem and that was bad.

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Not too familiar with the rangers of that era, but if it has a computer the n its probably bad. my 2001 firebird had the same issue.

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  • Kyle Martin Jul 30, 2011

    it could also be the coil

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