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Couple of Questions on My 06 Ford Ranger

My apoligies; I know very little about cars. I didn't get an instruction manual when I bought the truck and can't find one online. I'm trying to figure out where my hazard light button/switch is and the button/switch to turn on the dome light. Also, I need to get some new floor mats (mine are pretty disgusting), anyone have any ideas of some good/inexpensive places to get some? Thanks!
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Hazards are on top of the steering column, and dome light is that roller switch beside the headlight controls. Roll it all the way up.
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Check my signature for a link to online owners manuals.

Watch eBay for original equipment Ford floor mats. There are sometimes good deals depending on color/style/year. Be sure to shop for 2004~2011 mats because earlier mats are a different shape on the passenger side.

ranger oem floor mats | eBay.
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AWESOME, thanks to both of you!
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i just bought a ranger with a manual transmission. which petal is the clutch and how do i get my keys out of the ignition?
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Yeah that dimmer switch has very little on/off feel. Its real easy to leave it on and walk away thinking that its off. That dome light is the only light in the truck. Has anyone ever added foot well lights to their trucks? And How???
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my dome light switch wont go to on lol
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i just bought a ranger with a manual transmission. which petal is the clutch and how do i get my keys out of the ignition?
I can't tell if your trolling or not.

If you aren't I highly suggest not driving the truck if you don't know which pedal is which.
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I can't tell if your trolling or not.

If you aren't I highly suggest not driving the truck if you don't know which pedal is which.
jesus, if you cant tell if hes trolling or not you need to quit the internet.
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For floormats i would recommend husky liners or weathertech. Both are pretty expensive but they're custom molded to the floor and you really can't beat them in terms of protecting the floor/carpet. If you can afford the extra money I would say they are worth the investment, a pair for the front i think is around $60
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For floormats i would recommend husky liners or weathertech. Both are pretty expensive but they're custom molded to the floor and you really can't beat them in terms of protecting the floor/carpet. If you can afford the extra money I would say they are worth the investment, a pair for the front i think is around $60
$90+ for either brand lol they're well worth it though for sure i love mine.
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$90+ for either brand lol they're well worth it though for sure i love mine.
Really? Wow I knew they were a lot but I didn't remember paying that much for them. My huskys are 5 years old and on their second ranger lol definitely well worth it
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Really? Wow I knew they were a lot but I didn't remember paying that much for them. My huskys are 5 years old and on their second ranger lol definitely well worth it
Yeah, I paid 40 for mine on craigslist, new in the box. If you buy them new though then yeah, they're not cheap but they're well worth their price.
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Husky's are great I have had the front ones for 14 yrs.
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