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Re: Mud in fog lights
You can take the bulbs out and wash them out from the holes, a good way of preventing this is to use silicone around the bulb connector but then you have to clean all of the silicone off when replacing the bulbs
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if it is water cooled check for mud in the radiator fins. If air cooled check fpr mud at the base of the head and barrel fins. You may need a compression test to see if there is a head gasket problem if water cooled .
This is because the 1500 series is considered light duty regardless of whether it is 2x4 or 4x4. When you add the large mud tires and wheels to the vehicle, that alone stresses the hubs and transfer cases. Add in the overevvving and sudden start-stop jolts of mudding, and you have all the making of drive train failure. If you want to play big boy games, get big boy equipment.
I have a '93 Ranger 4.0 4x4 and had the same problem before. Make sure the distributer isnt wet and make sure all connections are tight. I took mine through some mud, got the distributer wet, and it died and wouldnt start until it dried. Hope this helped!
Sounds like you either broke (small crack) or may be smashed/crimped a fuel line. White smoke in diesels means that there is not enough fuel or that there is air getting in the line some how. Don't confuse white smoke with a blown gasket, this would smoke all the time
D, not much to go on here. But a shot in the dark, Several things can make the abs light pop on. Been in mud lately? The wheel speed sensors can get full of mud. Some people use a high pressure washer and that may knock the sensor out of position. The abs light comes on for a bad sensor which should code. If you had brakes done recently make sure they put the correct rotors on. Happened to someone I know. Wrong rotors and the light wouldn't go out. I hope its just mud and dirt. Check the rear sensor and make sure it nor any others on front came unplugged
That light sounds like a differential lock or 4-wheel drive. This is usually found in 4-wheel drive and all-wheel drive vehicles. Being the light is "GREEN" and not amber or red tells me that it's not an abnormal problem.
Look around your dashboard or gearshifter for a button labeled 4x4 HI, 4x4 LO, 4x2 HI. sport/off road button, or a second, smaller shifter. Switch them around a little, and if it is a 4x4 selector, be sure when you drive on paved roads to have it set to 4x2 HI. 4x4 HI should only be used if you get stuck to help you get out (snow/mud) and 4x4 LO is only for off road driving (trail blazing/rock climbing/4-wheeling/mud bogging,etc.)
Also, check for any switches labled "DIFF LOCK" or 'AXLE LOCK". In most cars a green light is normal operations.
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