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Re: Ford Ranger - Performance Modual
Yes they do work but if you spend the money make sure you buy a brand name one not sure $20. one off the internet do some research. One the the easiest ways would to be just to buy a K&N air filter and have a exhaust shop put on perforamance exhaust or buy it you're seft most kits are easy and bold right on
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You replaced the actuator and motor ? That should have fixed the problem. It seems that the replacement of the actuator thermister is still not working properly. Some of the newer actuator switches are not very good. Get one for an older truck . it has been said they are better quality . But the newer ones sometimes don't work.
there is actually a modual that runs the lights... the lighting control modual (LCM) not saying this is for sure, but a good place to start. keep in mind if u replace the modual, you have to have it flashed(programmed) to the vehicle.hope this helps and good luck
remove the brake lines and HCU. unplug the modual and istall new modual. if ou havn't had the van checked out, i would, there are a number of things it could be that are alot cheaper than a new modual. could just be a wheel speed sensor.