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Here are two diagrams of belts. I don't know what engine size you have but these are for the V-8s. The tensioners are spring loaded and will take a 3/8" drive wrench or belt tool to unload.As far as removing the smog pump,that's going to be trial and error on your end. You will need to measure the length for the belt less the pump. If you use a string to route like the belt and then lay it out flat.Use a tape measure to determine the length. You will need to subtract 1/2" or so for the tensioner.Take that information and the number of ribs to the parts house and they should be able to find a belt to fit.I hope this helps.If you need anything else,let me know.Chuck
YOU CANT TURN OFF PCM WHEN IT SPOT A PROBLEM.YOU HAVE TO FIX PROBLEM.BECAUSE THE CHECK ENGINE WILL STAY ON UNTIL PROBLEM FIX. ITS AGAINST THE LAW TO TAMPER WITH EMISSIONS SYSTEM.BECAUSE OF SMOG AND POLLUTION LAWS..HAVE TRUCK SCAN TO SEE WHAT YOUR PCM CODE IS.COULD BE SOMETHING MINOR.
Whatever it had when it was sold in OR is what will be required in calif, it goes by engine calibration number, that is on a sticker on the valve cover, another way to get it is to run the VIN number on a Ford information computer, we call this the OASIS SYSTEM. Also check the emission sticker on the radiaor support under the hood.
I can tell you for sure that all US models of the Ford Ranger came with a emission system that incorporated a MIL or check eng light, go to the dealer and have them run your VIN on the Ford on line information service, that will give you the engine Calibration of the emission system, you can then find out what emission system was used, export or US.