Question about Ford Ranger
There's a good chance the electric shift motor is bad. Can you tell if you're in 2-WD or 4-WD? Making a slow, sharp turn will feel different - difficult, clunky - in 4WD.
It's possible to get a manual conversion kit, but that won't solve the light issue, which wouldn't matter at that point, anyway. It could also simply be a wiring problem, with current not getting from Point A to Point B. Checking the OBD II will probably give you several codes, which might help.
I had the electric switching on my Expedition, and it went bad. Not cheap to repair.
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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