Question about 1993 Ford Ranger SuperCab
Which end of shaft goes to front
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jul 02, 2008
I found a website that explaned that you can remove the hub and dust cover, inside is a spring which holds the hub out, removing this spring and replacing the rubber dust cover and hub will lock your front hubs in continious. as is done on later models, This has worked for my 98 4wd
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
Try getting a free quote from several reputable shops before deciding to throw down your money on something your not certain of. Im not dissing your mechanic by any means, it doesnt cost anything to get another opinion or two or three....Its your money!
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
many of these trucks have a mazda trans in them, to remove these shifters you will need to remove the 4 phillips head screws from the corners of the trim around the shifter boot and pull it up out of your way. it's not necessary to remove the boot from the shifter, just lift it up for access to the top of the trans. at the base of the shifter on the top of the trans you will see a plate attached with torx head screws. remove all but 2 of them, now make sure the trans is in neutral and remove the last 2 screws and pull the shifter straight up. the shifter is now out leaving a big hole open on the top of the trans for dirt to fal into so put a wrag in it or screw a piece of cardboard to it. installation is the reverse. good luck
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
The cables are probably stretched if you use it on a regular basis or seized if you are like me and never use it. Crawl under the truck on the driver's side, about 1/2 way to the back and find a steel cable running to the back wheels. Follow it down until it hooks up to 2 cables. Pull on the main cable by hand and watch to see if the other 2 move when you do that. Give it a good yank. If the 2 cables don't move they are seized and need to be replaced. If they move then the main cable is stretched.You can replace it or you can buy a tightener at the auto parts store. It's commonly refered to as a Chevy e-brake cable tightener. It just hooks on the cable and shortens it by tightening a nut on the J hook. You can use more than one if you need it. This would be easier and cheaper than replacing for now. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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