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1991 Ford Ranger Question: Problems with a 91 ford ranger



savannalynn07, 2.9L V6, Madison, WV, February 01, 2009, 15:28

I have a 91 ford ranger. It ran good for a minute then started to smell like a vaccum was overheating. It also has water running out of of the tail pipe and just a little more smoke then normal. It also has a miss kinda like its not getting gas.

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    hemicuda February 03, 2009, 13:57

    Pull your oil dipstick and make sure you don't have water in the oil, It will make the oil look off white, If the oil looks fine maybe you just need a tune up.

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    Visitor, March 02, 2010, 02:18

    could be headgasket

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    Visitor, October 21, 2010, 22:47

    sounds like the headgasked is blown when the engine get hot vapors run to the oil passages then to the oil pan

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    Visitor, March 02, 2010, 02:20

    the oil will not always be milkey. With the water settled on the bottom of the pan. Drain oil and knw for sure

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    Visitor, May 03, 2010, 19:06

    Depends on how much water coming out of your tail pipe. If it was just some drops, it's supposed to be normal, just condensation. But if a lot, possibly you blew a head gasket. Possibly so if you have 250,000 km on your motor or more. Check your oil. Good luck. P. S. If that's a picture of it, good looking little truck.

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    Visitor, October 21, 2010, 22:54

    it sounds like you had a blown headgasked the gasket passing vapors to the oil passages then later to the oil pan

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