I actually had an '88, but I figured 2
years wouldnt be that much of a
difference. Mine was a 5 speed, and it
was very difficult to drive. If you
want this truck definitely get an
automatic. I had the 2.3 liter engine,
I would suggest the V6. The truck was
pretty tough. But there were so many
problems all over the truck, that I put
more than it was worth to get fixed. I
really wouldn't suggest the truck
unless you're just going to use it
every once in a while.
The seats were pretty comfortable. The
parts were easy to remove and install.
If this is going to be an everyday
driver... dont get it.
I have a 1990 ford Ranger and have had
to replace the trans twice and the
part of it is probably the 16 year old
but now i am 20
but as far as the engine goes that is
becuase of the transmission going out
the engine is good
but don't trust the Trans
overall it has been a good truck
Small and can turn sharp corners
The 6 cyclynder in a small truck really
can make it get up and go
the speedometer reads 85 and it iwill
do every bit of it
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