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Re: changing broken antenna on 2004 ford ranger
Ok some of there are screw in antennas and some you need to replace intire wire and all if this is screw off un bolt and install new if not remove your cd player find antenna wire tape a long wire of any kind strong of course go out side and pull wire out then take new antenna wire tape to wire and reverse the pulling to repalce wire to proper location
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Did you check the relay? Power goes from ignition switch to relay to pump. Where B+ stops is your problem.
Run a pair of jumper wire from battery to pump just to see if pump works. If it buzzes and runs its ok.
Then you definately know its something in the control circuit.
This is typical of the transmissioin or motor mounts being busted or loose & as the drivetrain shifts position from the load change, so does the shift position causing the change from one to the other. good luck.
4L only to be used in extreme condtions N 4H for off road/snow/ice 2H - normal driving
when switching to 4H vehicle must be stationary, as when changing from 4H to 4L but it is possible to change from 4H back to 2H while in motion. when 4wd is engaged a lamp will illuminate on dials telling that the hubs are free wheeling, when changing back to 2H you must press corresponding switch to dis-engage this function
There is a plastic barrel shaped retainer, twist it to the right or left to unlock it, pull it back and the bulb is then removable, it may be sticky but pull straight back it will come out, don't touch the new bulb with your fingers or it will burn out in short order.