1993 ford ranger 3.0L 2wheel drive supercab engine diagram wanted
While driving down the road at about 68 mph my ranger engine just cut off. It turns over just fine and has plenty of power. There's no spark to the distributor and it won't even spin. I'm guessing it's a problem with timing chain or cam shaft. Please help me with diagrams and instructions for camshaft and timing chain replacement. At this point I'm stuck, while trying to remove the plate that sits just beneath the water pump. There is at least one bolt to loosen towards the bottom left (when facing engine head on, drivers seat is on my right). Harmonic balance wheel is pulled, oil pan is off. What is holding the plate on?
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you went down a pathm but unfortunatley a dead end, was the cat. converter noisy, like loose pebbles....just curious......anyhow, it could either be a fuel starvation problem or electrical cut-out caused by tune-up, im not sure whether you service the car on a regular basis, but based on the age of the vehicle, certain inherent problems are going to occur, and tender loving care will be required
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the 4x4 don't use vacuum. the front is auto lock when the transfer is engauged with the button. if the light don't which when pressed into 4hi or 4low. the motor on the transfer case maybe hung up. they have to be used at least 4 times a year not to go bad. the motor is on the back side of the transfer case. best of luck.