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Old 01-20-2008
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Icon2 4.0 Ranger vs 4.0 Explorer?

We are talking about an '02, what are the differences besides the wireing harnesses? I am using an '02 Explorer 4.0 SOHC, its going to have a cut down harness (7200 class '93 Ranger) but what do I need to look out for?

We will be doing relatively mellow mods for reliability but it will have no real accessories, can I mod the Explorer harness without problem? I know of the problems with the '05 and newer but can't really find out about the older SOHC motors.

Any help?
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your going to need the complete harness and computer from the explorer as it is OBDII.

there was never a SOHC 4.0 in any pre OBDII rangers or explorers

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