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alright so I got a stick, I tried to pull it up a hill and accidentally hit the hills soft spot and spun the tires. :( but anyway... now it won't start and the rear right tire is covered in a clear liquid that has no smell... this is mighty stressful. I'm back at square one!
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You've gotta be kidding me right? You hit some water on a hill, spun the tires and you don't know what the liquid is on the rear right tire that was spinning?

Are you a joke?
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Woah. Sounds serious. I mean seriously.
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LMAO! FAIL!!!
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That's intense. Have you tried checking your seatbelt? Occasionally if you have it on, the ignition won't work.

Also, the catylist between the muffler bearing and your a/c compressor adapter has a tendency to short out on such occasions as to which you done did need to go under the truck and hit everything possible with a sledge hammer. The vibration will realign the diodes in such a way that your venetrical kenetiscizer with run properly again.

Oh, and the liquid is a mix of gasoline, oil, and DOT3.

Congratulations you blew up your transmission.
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Actually guys, I thought about it... I think that fluid on his tire is blinker fluid... His reservior must have over flow'n. Tough Break.
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Robert, your truck is broken beyond repair. you shoud set it on fire.
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Actually guys, I thought about it... I think that fluid on his tire is blinker fluid... His reservior must have over flow'n. Tough Break.
A fatal blow it is to lose one's blinker fluid...

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Robert, your truck is broken beyond repair. you shoud set it on fire.
Put the remaining gasoline in your tank to good use buddy.

RIP ranger.

Impossible to kill them they are... but when things work out right you can kill a standard trans equipped one
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Wow, and I thought I was a bit of a dick...
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Actually guys, I thought about it... I think that fluid on his tire is blinker fluid... His reservior must have over flow'n. Tough Break.
i ran out of blinker fluid last year... couldnt get my truck to budge an inch
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Smart asses! Lol But I love it!
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alright so I got a stick, I tried to pull it up a hill and accidentally hit the hills soft spot and spun the tires. :( but anyway... now it won't start and the rear right tire is covered in a clear liquid that has no smell... this is mighty stressful. I'm back at square one!
I pretty sure it is actually those damn muffler bearings, Its being a ford just go to napa and say you need muffler bearings. When they dont spin freely it doesnt allow the exhuast to exit causing pressure to build up and the engine wont run.

now for the liquid on your tire, I think Wee lil green men are pissin on your tire.

Justin

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damn.. like said above, must have spun one of those muffler bearings.. those things are a pain in the *** dude.
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lol you guys are terrible....unless hes joking hahah
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I did a bit of internet searching and came upon this conclusion. Your tires spun because your lower control arm is not parallel to the front bolt on the passenger seat, so check that out. The liquid is something called Watteer, no not water, it's like water, but you cant drink it, or you'll get aids. The watteer is comming from you wheel left front wheel bearing, yes all bearing oils are linked together. Now for the no start issue, check your sway bar, make sure one side is attached super tight, and one side isnt attached at all.

Problem solved, come again!
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hahahahahahahahahahahahahaharofl
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dude i told you about letting them fat chicks drive your truck! and some guy jizzed on your tire thinking it was you. maybe your boyfriend? thats where you should start searching to get a handle on your problem
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You idiots. the liquid is because its a water cooled engine. it was working hard to get up that hill, and its sweat from all the horsepower.

duh.
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Are you sure you didn't run out of gas? And are you pushing in the clutch when you try to start it?
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what a bunch of dicks. but seriously you should check if its your blinker fluid.
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Are you sure you didn't run out of gas? And are you pushing in the clutch when you try to start it?
if this is true. its a fail
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if this is true. its a fail
Wasn't there a dumber post then this recently? Like why is my interior lights on? Oh yeah, because I turned them on.....
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Guys come on....dont u realize its the typical Ford Ranger problem that happens to us all every year? in cylinders one, three, and 46 the piston return springs are too lose so its causing the hoocha-ma-flachi coolant to come out of the flugenheimer fitting and its trying to cool the internals of the moon roof window and the excess is coming out of the overflow on the brake shoe. jeeeze
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put it in 3rd then try to start the engine, that should do it
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You need the key to start it...
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