YOU either shorted something out and blew a fuse (check the fuse block) or you totally destroyed your cars wiring harness...joke.
check map sensor that was the problem in my 89 2.3 ranger
Try Putting It Into Gear!!!!!
Bad oil pressure sending unit?
It doesnt play songs eaither.
I am so sorry to tell you that i cant answer your question but i would if i could
Sounds like the transmission
Call Xbox. It can be a variety of things.
sounds like you need to change the plugs and wires
The problem could be a dirty sensor or the sender is no good.
A Ford Ranger may die going uphill due to ignition problems. There could also be a problem with the fuel injection or fuel pump.
A clicking noise in the engine of a 91 Ranger could indicate a problem with the valves. A valve lifter in the engine may be worn or stuck.
your data cable might be corrupted
A clicking noise after changing an air filter on a car could indicate there is a problem. You should consult a car care professional.
Yes it could if a bad fuse is the problem
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It could be something as simple as a bad fuse
My 91 Shadow with 100,000 miles had the same problem. Ended up changing the front struts, motor and transmission mounts. Problem solved.AnswerIf the clunk is not very loud, the problem could be that the front stabilizer bar bushings are worn or hardened. i have an 89 that did the same thing . it was the struts.
the ignition control module could be the problem
could have a job; trying to save money; family problem..
that's funny because I have a 350 Chevy engine that's is doing that as we speak.theres a few reasons it could be doing that. It could be something as simple as getting carb cleaner and cleanin your carb cause when it gets even a spec of dirt in there it can cause it to backfire.if that doesnt work try changing the spark plugs and if that doesnt work than you have a deeper problem which would be that your timing is off which is what wrong with mine.
replace hazzard flasher Key needs to be in the ignition and ignition in on position ours does the same thing for our 1997 ranger xlt woman figured it out!
It could Be a couple of things but first try changing your fuel and air filter. is it an automatic?
Usually this means you need rings