Outside of another car battery there are no "jump start" options for an engine.
Even the larger electric "rechargers" need some time to build up enough Amps in the old battery so it can output 150+ Amps for starter motor.
There are portable devices that can recharge a drained battery in a few minutes, these are often call "jump start packs".
They do work in some situations.
2003 Ranger will have battery saver relay, shuts off power to lights after 20-30minutes, so dead battery after leaving lights(or something else on) on overnight shouldn't happen.
Only reason for dead battery would be alternator failure or battery failure, which should have warning signs repeated for many days before battery actually won't start engine any longer.
Signs are slow cranking and dimming head lights at idle.
But to answer the question, any of the portable "rechargers" should give a weak battery enough juice to crank the engine a few times, you hook it up and then wait for some of its voltage to pass to the car battery, 5-10min., then try to start engine.
Last edited by RonD; 05-06-2016 at 09:40 AM.