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Headlight and taillight on 1993 ford ranger driverside quit working

Headlight and taillight quit working

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SOURCE: 1993 ford ranger supercab

the fuse box is inside the pickup under the drivers side dash, there is a flasher which is the round one in the fuse box, it controls turn signals and emergency flashers also in the same fuse box, there is a 15 amp fuse which controls just the turn signals it sits vertical instead of horizontal.

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SOURCE: how do i aim the headlights on my 1993 ford ranger

the adjustment screws are there u just have to look hard for them.
one on bottom up/down one on the side side to side.

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SOURCE: HOW TO INSTALL CAM SENSER ON 1993 FORD RANGER 4.0

its right behind the intake manifold. its a B*&^h to get off but you need a special tool you can get a most auto part stores. you have to make sure your #1 piston is TDC on your compression stroke. then drop in your sensor, align it to what your specs say

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SOURCE: 1993 ranger sputters until warm?

replace the Oxygen senson before catalytic converter this sensor tells the computer to send signal to fuel injectors to allow rich mixture upon start up for warm up then leans out mixture as it heats.

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SOURCE: I HAVE A 1993 FORD RANGER 3.0 V6 ENGINE AND NEED

For 1993 Ford Truck Ranger 4WD 3.0L MFI 6cyl the Control Module-Ignition is located under hood, center, rear engine area, mounted on distributor.

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Fig. 1: View of the remote mounted Ignition Control Module (ICM)

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