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Rear end locked up

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SOURCE: 1989 Ford ranger rear antilock light on rear brakes lock up

metal particles on the trigger wheel sensor of the rear differential case, this causes a loose of signal and the light to come on. also a broken tooth on the trigger wheel inside the diff can cause this or a dirty/corroded connection to the sensor from water intrusion.

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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SOURCE: 2002 ford Ranger 3.0 v6 (auto) rear end noise when accelerating on curves.

Grab the bed of the truck and vigorously rock the vehicle from side to side. If you hear clunking in the axle, you probably need to check the carrier bearings in the differential. I had the carrier bearings, wheel bearings, and seals replaced in my mother-in-law's 1991 Ranger for $280, and it rides like a new truck. Well, ok, it rides like an 18 year old truck with a new rear end. I provided the wheel bearings and seals to the shop, and they provided the carrier bearing, lube, and labor. While the axles are out, check the surface where the axles ride on the bearings. If they are worn, there are undersized bearing available, but it is usually cheaper and easier to just by new axles.

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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SOURCE: transmission, rear end & transfer case

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Posted on May 01, 2009

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SOURCE: rear end

clunking or grinding noises, wont accelerate to full potential,

Posted on May 07, 2009

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SOURCE: A howling noise in the rear end.

You could have the wrong fluid in it or it needs the clutch additve put in it

Posted on Jan 07, 2012

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