Question about 2001 Ford Ranger Regular Cab
No this will not required the PATS system to be reprogrammed (inition switch or ignition lock cylinder). best bet is with a test light is to check and make sure there is voltage at the b terminal at the starter (big red cable). If voltage is present, and vehicle in park and parking brake on, have someone crank vehicle while test light is on the S terminal (smaller wire) should light only in crank position. If voltage is present, a new starter should fix the problem if engine is not locked up.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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