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  • About RonD
    First Name
    Ron
    Location
    Vancouver, BC
    Year
    1994
    Model
    Ranger
    Engine
    4.0
    Drive
    4x4
    Make
    Ford
    Last Name
    Dean
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  • Last Activity: 7 Minutes Ago
  • Current Activity: Modifying Post
  • Join Date: 01-04-2014

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  1. 03-30-2019 - permalink
  2. 03-29-2019 - permalink
    I was seeing if you could help me with my 1996 ford ranger. I was driving down the road and I lost all oil pressure. And my truck shut off and I tried to roll start it. It would run for 5 seconds and I couldn’t give it any fuel. It will crank but won’t start I think it might be the oil pressure sending unit but I think you know more than me. If you can help me it would be amazing.
  3. 08-13-2018 - permalink
    Didn't see you post in the forum?
  4. 08-13-2018 - permalink
    Can you help me with my 93 extra cab abs light? I don't know where to start. What would be the most likely problem? Thank you.
  5. 03-29-2018 - permalink
    Man I hope you can help me. You seem to know more than anyone. Going to post this on forum too:

    I have a 1999 Ranger 2.5L that will crank but wont start. I replaced the fuel pump but still no gas to the fuel rail. I disconnected the fuel line in front of the filter. When I cycle the key, there's a good flow of fuel coming out of the fuel filter. It's not reaching the fuel rail. When I press the scrader valve nothing comes out. I Cant even blow into the fuel line going to the rail. What could be blocking the fuel to the rail?
  6. 03-05-2018 - permalink
    Hello my name is James how are you doing today .
    I have a 97 Ford Ranger XLT manual transmission I am trying to find a rebuild kit for it can you help me out please
  7. 11-25-2017 - permalink
    Can this post also apply to the 3 litre ?
    Thanks.

    There's no DYI article on this either.
    I think once I have mu answer, I'll post one.

    https://www.ranger-forums.com/genera...5/#post2085216
  8. 11-04-2017 - permalink
    Ron-
    I recognized your user name on The Ranger Station. I'm having trouble with the password they issued & cannot log back in or get in touch w/staff. Could I trouble you to ask a mod to reinstate ? I still drive the 2002 Ranger Edge LoL Thanks- det107 (Mark)
  9. 08-20-2017 - permalink
    are u refering to just the parts in the cap....or also on the axle?...because the parts on the axle do not move freely...they are very stiff....as u said use light oil....
    On those parts as well?
  10. 06-12-2017 - permalink
    I'm assuming that you're reading this thread...
    You didn't post, but I wasn't expecting you too, you would post if I was doing something wrong. I guess.
    I'm just ranting here _ what a Dorky engine design _ no woodruff key, no timing cam keys !?
    I would be afraid to drive a vehicle with this engine in it.
    I can only assume that this was done to ease assembly on the line.
    Just throw everything together locking up the crank and cams and tighten the hell out of everything !
    I would use Loctite too if this was my engine.

    I'm surprised that the industry didn't have lots of problem with this.
    I would have never imagined that someone would come up with such a stupid design !

    https://www.ranger-forums.com/dohc-2...8/#post2121547

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