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How many miles on your 2.3

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95 and 272,00, still running fine. drive it to work every day
 
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270, 000 on a 95 and still running fine
 
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odometer broke three years ago on 319..

96 2.3
 
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04 2.3 new motor with 67k at 96k
 
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Originally Posted by lizzyfan View Post
264,000 on my 96!
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77K on my 1991 XLT - Rebuilt 2.3l
 
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136,000 on my black extended cab 1995. However I just had t get a new timing belt.
 
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1995 with about 195k.
Replacing the original clutch, original slave, transmission fluid, and IAC Wednesday.

Early next year I will do the timing belt, spark plugs and wires, air filter, and differential fluid. After that all the maintenance, fluid (minus the power steering), and wear items will be good for a while.

After that all my maintenance, fluids (minus power steering), and wear items will be good for awhile.
 
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156K on 2011
 
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Just hit 180k on my 01'. This is my daily driver. I drove it up round trip to PA at about 500 miles the other week to pick some stuff up from my parents house.

At times it was a bear going up some of the hills, since the 2.3L auto has no power but other than that I was able to go 70mph most of the trip. Got around 25mpg as well.

-Nigel
 
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'93 and almost 500K replaced the motor countless alternators and few others but shes still going strong kinda few electrical problems i cant figure out but yeah!
 
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281,000 on my 1993. Still has original engine and drivetrain.
 
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Mine is just a wee baby! 2009 Ranger Sport 40,800. Seems I'll be rolling in this bad boy for a long, long time. LOL
 
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152k On my 2002 2.3
 
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164,750 on a 1997 reg cab 2.3 liter manual. Still sounds fresh and drives 👍
 
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Sold my '88 beater to California for $1k at 299,988. Needed most everything but the engine, which still ran fine. Wouldn't pass smog, exhaust was falling off.
 
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Originally Posted by jerryc View Post
Sold my '88 beater to California for $1k at 299,988. Needed most everything but the engine, which still ran fine. Wouldn't pass smog, exhaust was falling off.
couldn't have finished those last 12 miles first!?
 
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It might have if I tried. Brakes were highly questionable, tranny popping out of gear, tags 5 months expired, and more. Just decided it had given all it could.
 
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272000
 
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350K miles on my 1994 Mazda B2300 2.3L 5-speed. No engine issue, still runs smooth.
 
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272,000 + I donít count the last three digits any more they come and go so fast.
 
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397000+ 1994 XLT Manual trans.
 
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I have 261000 on my 2.3 l motor
took upper part of motor apart last spring to replace manifold gasket the cam and timing chain looked brand new!!!
 
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224,000
 
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