Question about 1994 Ford Ranger Supercab
I think you'll find that there are four bolts that fit from the side of the compressor into the bracket....You have to look at the unit from the side....If I recall correctly they're 12mm heads....When you've located them, don't do anything with either the low or high pressure lines which attach to the compressor....With the two pipes still connected swing the unit away and tie it so as not to let it get in your way....
If you intend to replace the timing belt, before you do, turn the engine by hand to the timing marks and high light them with tipex or any other white marker or correction fluid....It'll make the job easier for you...Cheers and best regards Johngee10
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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