Question about 1992 Ford Ranger
224 is "Throttle position sensor/Pedal position sensor/Switch B circuit intermittent".
334 is "Knock Sensor 2 Circuit Intermittent [bank 2]".
If you don't notice any symptoms, I would clear the codes and see if they come back right away. If they do, you'll have to start checking it over for damaged sensors or wiring first before you buy anything. If the codes don't come back, forget about it for now.
These are generic codes so the description is giving you multiple choices. So be $$ cautious. You can see if a Ford dealer can scan it with a "Ford" scanner and get more detailed info for you. BUT, maybe not because a 1992 Ranger is Pre-OBD 2 so it's computer is pretty basic and not high tech anymore.
Posted on Apr 25, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
best way is to go to autozone, they will hook it up to their own obtc scan tool and will print out a listing of the fault with all possibilities.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Inside the frame rail on the driver's side. You'll need a 5/16" (8mm) socket if it is the type that is held in with a hose clamp, or a 10mm if it is the bracket type. Some of the lines are held in with white plastic clips, others by special springs. If it is the type without clips, you'll need a special tool to release them. Also, if it is the type without the plastic clips, make sure they gave you the right filter. If the new filter is shorter than the old DO NOT PUT IT ON. If you do, you will have to cut it off next time you have to change it as the tool will not fit in. The two filters look the same except the tubes are longer on the non-clip filter.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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