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110,000 miles on my '96 2.3L.

Replaced power steering pump by choice to try and get rid of the whine... didn't work. Replaced TPS. No engine or trans work other than the regular fluid changes. Doesn't leak or consume oil.
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ive got 207,000 on my 1989 2.3 5 speed. still get on average 28 miles to the gallon!
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I Just Rebuilt At 85,000
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600,000 on my 94,no major issues yet,except a throttle body i replaced with a used one long ago,usual w.p job,timing belt,oil pan leaks a little at the rear,but it's the original engine,same fuel injectors,cam....hoping to keep it awhile yet
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I just hit 65000 on my 2005 2.3l.
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154,000 on my 94
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133,000 New head gasket, rocker arms + replaned the heads and had the valves reseated. No sludge
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Just rolled over 84k on my 04.
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I just hit 300,000 today, and the fuel pump went up on me, so I know what im doing this week!!!
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i had 135k when i traded in my 92
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143,000 and counting on my 2000 2.5L 5 Speed. Still running strong.
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143,000 on the '99 B4000 4.0L
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will hit 200,000 today 94 B2300
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I've got 98,0xx miles on my 2.3, but that's a '78 Pinto not a Ranger.
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Do you ever drive that pinto? Its so lame its cool now!!! Wish I still had my green 75 I'd drive the **** out of it.
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176xxx still runs awsome
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176xxx still runs awesome
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98,540 runs as good as my buddies 07 after a new clutch and starter.
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I'm at 103000 now. Oil looks good and the level is good as well. It doesn't burn oil yet.
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I'm at 103000 now. Oil looks good and the level is good as well. It doesn't burn oil yet.
Same oil??
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Same oil??
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All original. LOL
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