Question about 1998 Ford Ranger SuperCab
This 'ol truck has more shift issues than a Kleenex box has wipes. First off, a broken weight on the drive shaft is not going to cause gear selection problems. I suspect that the "curb" was more than the truck's clearance could handle, and that there is more damage under there than what meets the untrained eye. Rather than try to fix the whole thing on this forum, I would bite the bullet on this and take it to a shop and have them tell me what happened this past weekend. Tell them everyone's sober now and how they've learned their lesson and to please be easy on them....accordianman
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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