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Replace the rear brake pad on 92 ford ranger 3.0 v6,but only the rear left working,but right side is not,can you help me please or show me the diagram pictures!

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Check your brake hoses, might be collapsed and need replaced.

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Need a firing order picture for a 2001 ford ranger with a 3.0


Here you are:
Note: this is not mine, I simply C&P from another specialty site.

"Firing order for Ford Ranger 3.0L engine 1993 thru 2005 1-4-2-5-3-6; Cylinder
numbers front of vehicle to rear: Right (driver's) side = 4-5-6; left (passenger) side = 1-2-3.
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How to I change the rear brake pads on a 2001 Saturn LS. They are disc


Rear Disc Brakes Pads Removal & Installation L4-2.2L (Vin F) & V6-3.0L (Vin R) To Remove:
WARNING
Ensure that vehicle is securely supported before lifting. To help avoid personal injury when a vehicle is not on a hoist provide additional support for the vehicle on the opposite end from where components are being removed. Ensure that the lift does not contact fuel or brake lines.
  1. Before servicing the vehicle refer to the precautions at the beginning of this section
  2. Loosen the lug nuts on the rear wheel and tire assemblies but do not remove the lug nuts
  3. Raise and support the vehicle
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  6. Remove the brake pads
  7. Inspect the following:
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To Install:
NOTE: Never replace brake pads on one side of axle only. Left and right side brake pads must be replaced only as axle sets.
  1. Install the new brake pads onto the caliper
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  3. Install the brake pad retaining spring then drive the brake pad retaining pins in from inside outward sat_car_30_brk-pd-ret-sprngs.gif

    NOTE:Before installing the wheel and tire assemblies remove rust or corrosion from wheel mounting surfaces and brake rotors. Failure to do so can cause wheel bolts to loosen in service.
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What is the firing order on a 92 Ford ranger xlt 3.0 v6


The spark plug firing order is ( 1 - 4 - 2 - 5 - 3 - 6 ) The distributor rotor turns CLOCKWISE ( 1 - 4 - 2 - 5 - 3 - 6 ) The marked # 1 position on the distributor cap faces towards the firewall and slightly towards the passenger side The engine cylinders / spark plugs are numbered : passenger side of engine , front to rear , 1 , 2 , 3 and drivers side of engine , front to rear , 4 , 5 , 6

Dec 08, 2010 | 1992 Ford Ranger

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What tools do I need for front brake replacement on a 93 v6 ford ranger two wheel drive?


I have honestly never replaced brakes on a Ford Ranger but front disc brake pads are fairly simple to R & R. You either need a large allen wrench or a socket and ratchet. The socket size is probably 14mm or 9/16. You can use the tire iron and jack for your spare to remove the lug nuts on the wheel and jack up the truck. You should really use a floor jack and jack stands. Either way keep your body and limbs out from under the truck. Usually there are 2 caliper pins or bolts to remove. pull off the caliper and use a "C" clamp to compress the caliper pistons into the caliper completely and do not use anything but a clamp or you will never get it to depress. Keep the old brake pad in there on the piston side as a buffer between the clamp and the piston and it will help evenly disperse the pressure on the piston. Lube up the pins before you install them or they will be a nightmare to get out again. Vent the system by loosening the cap on the master cylinder to make the piston easier to depress. Let me know if I can help any further. Please rate me on this answer.

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Replaced frond brake pads, brakes now go all way to floor, tried to bleed but cannt get brake pedal at all. Some fluid coming out of bleeders during bleeding.


you shouldnt have to bleed anything when just doing brakes,unless you opened the bleeders and this did not have to be done, if this is what was done then bleeding is needed,close all bleeders, have someone in car, pump pedal 3 times and hold down open bleeder tell them to keep preasure on pedal as it goes down then close bleeder and then tell them to pump again and hold do this a few times on each side starting at the right rear wheel then to left rear then right front then left front always keep an eye on fluid level in master cylinder always keep it full, dont let it empty, bleed all wheels,

Apr 21, 2010 | 1998 Ford Ranger SuperCab

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My 2004 Ford Ranger brakes ware out every 6 months. The orginal brakes lasted about 30K miles. Replacement brakes last about 6-10K miles. I also have to replace the rotors. This is not normal. How can I...


Somewhere along the line you are getting ripped off.Unless you are racing around Daytona the figures are wrong.Do you tow a huge load every day or really give it to the truck.No?
30,000 might sound ok so your replacement is wrong.
Change shops.Whoever is working on the truck is wrong.
Brakes are designed to last with standard use about 60000 kms(35000mls) and that is on the front.Rears are diff.
If you get work done on the car from the same person,be there.Make them show you the brake pad thickness,the disc thickness and how much it was at the last service.I mean look at the brakes as it is being done,Don't take their word.To many ripoffs around.Hope this helps

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Need to know spark plug layout (facing engine) on the block of a 1990 ranger 4.0 liter v6


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Replace the rear brake pad on 92 ford ranger 3.0 v6,but only the rear left working,but right side is not,can you help me please or show me the diagram pictures!


If they are disks it will be a sticky caliper piston. (You can buy 'repair' kits online)
If it's running on drums, it'll probably be the cylinder.
One, or the other.
But also make sure that there aren't any obstructions, on the handbrake cable.
Good luck with that ;)
Don't forget to rate, thanks;)

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