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1991 Ford Ranger Consumer Discussions

1991 Ford Ranger
Temperature gauge has stopped working. trying to trace where it is connected under the hood. Is the gauge connected to a sensor with the single wire at the thermostat (the one which just pulls off) o…...

I was told that certain year rangers and taurus had this problem.(I have a 1991 ranger)...

1989-2002 ECONOLINE, F-150, RANGER...

1991 Ford Ranger V-6, 4.0L: I have read the manual eight times but I am still not sure I have the proper amount of fluid . Checking it cold, without the engine running (is it supposed to be running wh...

And, like I said before - the Ranger finally gets the old Explorer engine - the overhead cam version of the old 4.0 engine that has been in the Ranger forever. As my history of Ford vehicles reminds ...

Ford Ranger XLT, Standard Cab, 2-wheel drive...

Good topic comparing the Ranger and Toyota; they are both good trucks; a little more for the Toy, but its perceived quality and definite resale value are the reasons. I owned a 1991 Ford Ranger and p...

I have a 1991 Ford Ranger (not for long), I have had spark knock since buying the vehicle NEW in 92 nothing wrong with that said ford. The truck has been driven normally (not hard) and has less than ...

170 Lbs Ft of torque at 2600 RPM,and 140 HP at 4600 RPM, and the 3.0 has 170 Lbs Ft of Torque at 3500 RPM and 145 HP at 5000 RPM more like a car. My grandpa has a RWD 1991 Ranger 3.0 Automatic, I bet...

I have a 1991 Ford Ranger, 5sp-std transm., a/c, 2.3 lter; my rebuilt engine is dying; it has been in the truck about 5 years but had to have a complete valve lifter replacement job after 3 years; mo...

Im not the greatest with the knowledge of things so help me out. My ranger died today on the side of the road after a huge pope, it seemed to start to slow down then it poped and started to clank alot...
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