Question about Ford Ranger
You are on right track unfortunately I am a little fuzzy it has been a year .1) You must have a star set for your ratchet the bed bolts will be difficult to remove, treat with nut loosen-er first. Good to have clean bed and if you have bed liner you must remove. I have cheap liner I was able to pry it out. Before removing bed you must remove tailgate and unplug electrical connections to taiI lights and hitch if you have 1. 2) Open fuel filler door(s) and remove three screws holding filler pipe(s) to
3) You should be able to slide bed back with out removing. Good to have help but I did it alone. 4) You can now access the other end of the fill hose. 5) remove it and there is a breather tube as well.
6) I was able to thread this in without dropping tank. Plan b is to lower tank a bit. I would support tank with hydraulic jack with large block to distribute weight across tank. Also place blocks to prevent tank from dropping too far. Ok it is all down hill from here do everything in reverse now. Good luck
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will need to replace the control arm with the ball joint since it is not sold separately. If one is found it will be a foreign made piece of junk and not worth using. They are weak and break
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
Your truck has a A4LD transmission. The older ones had major problems. What i believe is happening with yours is the converter is locking up intermittently. 1st-4th are actual gears for 5th(overdrive) the converter locks. I had the same problem as well as did alot of people I spoke with. I solved it by getting a used A4LD out of a '92 ranger with a 3.0L motor (these transmissions had some upgrades to deal with a number of problems including the one you are talking about.) You will need to swap bell-housings (this requires the pump to be shimmed properly,I paid a shop $100 to install the pump ,with is attached to the back of the bell-housing) There are only 2 kinds of A4LD one for floor shift and 1 for column shift,make sure you get the right one.Good luck.
Posted on May 02, 2010
Yes (low pressure) one sit on the inner frame rail on the driver side under the truck by drivers door.High pressure is in the gas tank, if you are going to replace fuel pump, don't forget fuel filter.
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
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