No start no crank

Asked by Baby_flores702 Jul 10, 2016 at 11:13 PM about the 1995 Ford Ranger XL Standard Cab SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Iam if anyone had any ideas what wrong my truck
will not start and will not crank I replaced the
starter, starter switch,starter solenoid and the
clutch pedal position sensor (cpps) iam out of

6 Answers


First place I look is to make sure you have a good ground from the battery to the engine block. Check for clean battery cable connections. Fords are nice since you can usually bypass the ignition switch by jumping the starter solenoid. You haven't mentioned your battery condition, older batteries can drop voltage immediately when asked to spin the starter. A voltmeter can be very helpful.

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1999 xlt, has been siting' 16 mo new batt. lights and all elc work, but no start.

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I have a 1992 Ford ranger 2.3 and and there is no power when the key is turned on will not crank or start I have replaced everything you can mention and then sum and gone over every ground I could find,can someone please call me at 512-468-8820 if you can help me solve this delima this is the 25,time I have put the same info in this pH and all seem to ask the same questions back each but no one helps.thanks I await your name is James coak.

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Ford ranger 2001 good battery and no crank but crank if you bridge the selenoid

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Hey James, have you checked your timing belt?

Check the switch on the passenger side .push tbe reset on it. Its just in case of bump by another vehicle and shuts it down.its in the floor under the dash .I forgot what the name of this device is

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