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Old 03-25-2012
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Where to find shift cable, body mount, low oil level sensor

I have a 92 Ranger 3.0 extended cab 2wd. I am in the process of replacing the head gaskets along with some other parts while I have it apart. While I was under it I noticed the shift cable was shot, the plastic is gone around it in one spot and there is one wire left together. I can not find that cable, the O'Reillys says to go to Ford. They also said that about the front body mount and the low oil level sensor. Does anyone know where I can find all three of these? I have tried searching online and have no luck yet. Thanks for any help.
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