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My '90 ranger will cut off when put in reverse after engine's temp. increases?

(1990 Ford Ranger)
in Charlotte, NC on April 10, 2018
After running for awhile and the engine gets warm truck cuts off when put in reverse.
Tags: ford, ranger
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on April 10, 2018
Hello, engine temperature may or may not play a factor here. You'll need to find out if your vehicle is losing spark, fuel or air when this happens. It could also be some kind of transmission related concern, causing an engine stall. Too hard to tell without hands on testing. If the temperature is getting too high, diagnosing the cooling system is important also.
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