Missing Return Fuel Line?

Discussion in '4.0 Engine' started by fof4, Oct 7, 2019.

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What are my options?

  1. 1) Plug the fuel return-line, and try to run without it.

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  2. 2) Pull the Fuel rail from the ford ranger, and swap it with the Explorer.

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  3. 3) No option is going to work. Fuel pump pressures are different, and other stuff different.

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  1. fof4

    fof4 New Member

    My son has a 1999 Ford Ranger with a 4 liter V6 cylinder. The engine has gone bad, and are trying to replace the engine from a 1995 Ford Explorer, also with a 4 liter V6 cylinder. We have both engines pulled out, but I am confused by the fact that the Ford Ranger does NOT have a return-fuel-line. I thought all fuel-injection engines had a return-fuel-line. Can someone please educate me on this matter. The two engines look almost identical, but I'm not sure what I should do about this fuel-line issue since the engine being used expects a return-fuel-line, but the ranger does not have it. What are my options?
     

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