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I was just wondering, what kind of electrical connections are on the back of the 2004 + clusters. I know there's three on the 1998-2003 clusters, but I don't know much about the newer ones.
I'm starting to think that I'm gonna have to settle for a 2001 cluster in my 2004 Ranger if I want to do a engine conversion.
It's hard to believe I haven't found anyone on here with a 2004 + Ranger that has done the 5.0 swap or any other kind of engine conversion.
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There are 2 plugs on my 07 cluster
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There are 2 plugs on my 07 cluster
Do you have any pictures of them?
I believe it might be possible to modify a 2001 wiring harness to plug into a 2004 cluster.
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I dont have any pictures
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Well, you're no help ... does anybody have any pictures of the back of a 2004 + cluster?
(I really don't feel like taking the one out of my truck but I will if I have to)
After being on several Ranger forums over the last few months, I've come to the conclusion that not very many people with 2004 + Rangers mess around with the electrical parts therefore there's probably not any 04 + Ranger owners that have done any kind of engine conversion. Especially a 5.0 conversion.
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Well, you're no help ... does anybody have any pictures of the back of a 2004 + cluster?
(I really don't feel like taking the one out of my truck but I will if I have to)
After being on several Ranger forums over the last few months, I've come to the conclusion that not very many people with 2004 + Rangers mess around with the electrical parts therefore there's probably not any 04 + Ranger owners that have done any kind of engine conversion. Especially a 5.0 conversion.
well there is another idea for the 5.0 conversion...find an 80s-early 90s ranger and put a 5.0 in that...prolly would be less headaches because there is less wiring especially if you find a ranger with a carb...and old rangers are pretty cheap and easy to come across...just my HO
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