Yes it can be bypassed using a Flex Fuel Replicator from two companies. Here are the websites:
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If you have a 1999-2000 Ford Ranger with a flex-fuel sensor it is located just under the driver side door on the inside of the frame and the fuel line coming from your fuel filter goes right to it. You unplug it then remove the fuel line on both sides of it and re-install the new one.
Behind the radio, mounted to the left with an 8mm bolt.
The 2000 Ford Ranger was equipped with two different 3.0L 6-cylinder options between codes 'U' and 'V' (Flex-Fuel). Both engines have a coolant service fill of 14.8 quarts.
Should be on the Filter Accumulator or somewhere in the line close to it.
According to www . motorcraft . com ( no spaces ) For the 2000 Ford Ranger with the 3.0 L flex fuel engine Motorcraft part numbers for ( fuel pump and hanger with sender ) PFS 121 - with 112 inch wheelbase PFS 122 - with 118 inch wheelbase PFS 123 - with 126 inch wheelbase
No - motorcraft.com lists 2001 Ranger 3.0 L fuel pumps for flex fuel and gas only 3.0 L engines
I don't believe you can , I checked www. motorcraft. com ( no spaces ) and they have FUEL PUMP AND HANGER WITH SENDER , and the part numbers are different for the 2000 and the 1999 Rangers ( I checked gas versions , not Flex Fuel )
According to the 2000 Ford Ranger owners manual : The 3.0L V6 ( which is a Flex Fuel Vehicle engine ) takes : ( 4.3 litres / 4.5 U.S. quarts of 5W-30 with the Motorcraft FL-400S engine oil filter )
no, flex fuel is 2005 and up gm models
For a 2000 Ford Ranger : All the different engines came from the factory with a 50 / 50 mix of distilled water and GREEN colored antifreeze ( meeting Ford specification ESE-M97B44-A ) * 2.5 / 3.0 FFV / 4.0
According to the Owner Guide and fordparts.com : Motorcraft FG-991 , is the fuel filter required for a 1999 Ford Ranger 3.0 liter flex fuel engine
The MAP sensor on the Vectra 2ltr Ecotech is situated on the large black rubber piping flex at the 10 o'clock position from the normal open-bonnet-looking-at-the-car position.
With the 1999 Ford Ranger 3.0 liter flex fuel V6 engine you can use " regular " unleaded gasoline 87 octane or ( E 85 ethanol fuel ) or any combination of the two fuels
cylinder 5 misfire
to answer the question, yes. it can be done you just have to swap your old parts or mod the harness. *flex* i did it
it is a dpfe sensor. it should be located on the right side of the engine towards the back. if you have a new one then just look for it.it is the shape of a rectangle with two lines coming out for vaccuum lines.DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY http://www.pointaengineering.com/main.sc Because they are a fraudulent company! The sensor they provide does absolutly nothing. I tried it and nothing changed in the way my vehicle ran.Read more: How_do_you_install_a_flex_fuel_sensor
Actually , it has a TIMING CHAIN
The flex plate is the flywheel. It is between the crankshaft and torque converter. The crankshaft position sensor is located behind the passenger side cylinder head, through the top of the transmission case.
located on the exhaust manifold just before the flex pipe.
That would be a flex joint.
The dealer sells a cardboard spacer the glues to the tip of the crank sensor. You then install the sensor and push it tight to the flex plate.
Follow the exhaust from the cylinder head down the front of the engine. The O2 sensor should be near the bottom of the pipe just before it bends under the engine. It has three wires. The computer designates this as the heated or bank 1 sensor. The other sensor is further back the exhaust pipe under the car screwed into the intermediate or flex pipe. It may have three or four wires.
on back of engine behind the flex plate.
The 2003 Ford Ranger owners manual shows : 3.0 L FFV engine ( flex fuel - identified by the 8th " character " of the VIN being a " V " and having a sticker inside the fuel filler door or a 3.0 L engine that runs on gasoline only