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Old 01-04-2012
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my preesure gauge doesn't work at times and i was suggested to either change the pressure sending unit or the pressure switch.can anybody tell me where these are located on a 2000 ranger 2.5 5 speed ?

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Old 01-05-2012
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I believe its located at the rear of the cylinder head on the driver side just past the last spark plug under the intake manifold.
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thanks rev for the info, i'll try to find it tomorrow
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