fairly simple, hardest part bout the whole job is disconnectin the clutch line without breaking it
how to replace u-joints on 1995 ford ranger 2wd
To replace ball joints on a 2004 2WD Ranger, lift the upper control arm of the spindle assembly and remove the nut holding the lower ball joint in place. Then lower the lower control arm to relieve the ball joints. Replace with new.Ê
1998 2wd What year? 2WD or 4WD? 2WD 1996
Take it to a mechanic and say "will you fix the heater core?"
how do i change a lower ball joint on a 1992 ranger 2wd
A 1987 4-speed ford ranger with over drive is a 4wd and not 2wd.
no it wont but a 2wd Chevy silverado 700r trany will. besides that a 2.2 you will have to replace the clutch alot
It is a BIG job. Unless you have a lot of tools and are a good mechanic, take it to a garage. If you want to do it yourself get a manual from AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM.
are there struts or shocks on the front of a 1994 ford ranger 2wd
i called the ford dealership they recominded that u not do it yoursealf unless you had a full shop worth of equipment i have a 93 ford ranger 2.3L 5speed and i had it done by a local mechanic for 300 i bout the parts myself it was worth it..
are 2wd and 4wd front brake rotors interchangeable on 1997 ranger 4L V6 XLT
Get special tools from the parts store and there should be directions on how to use them. It isn"t hard or expensive.
I just gotten a quote for a 2001 ranger 2wd 3.0 automatic. The quote was $550 to replace the rear main seal. This is from a privately owned repair shop.
you can use mercon...
The speed sensor on a 99 Ranger 2.5 liter 2WD with an automatic transmission is in the rear differential. It is included with the ABS sensor in one unit.
well when you push the pedal completely to the floor and put it in gear on level ground and it starts to engage without lifting your foot off the floor, that's when you know your clutch master cylinder has gone out on you and trust me i know i just replaced it on my little danger ranger about a week ago and its about a 50 dollar part
If it shifts somewhat normally when the engine is off but gets very difficult when it's running, you probably need to have the clutch repaired. A warped or damaged clutch disk or pressure plate can make it very difficult to shift. That's assuming you've checked the clutch linkage or hydraulics (whichever it uses). If the clutch linkage isn't adjusted or if the clutch master or slave cylinder (for hydraulic clutches) isn't working properly, that would be the source of your problem.
Depends on your specific truck. I have a 97 ranger 4wd. 1993-1997 has only the M5OD-R1 Mazda five speed trans. I just replaced the clutch (Pressure plate, disc, throwout and pilot bearing) for about 200$ from advance auto. Be aware there are 2 different sizes of clutch for it, one's 9inch diameter, the other is 9 1/8 inch diameter. Don't ask me why, it seems ridiculous to me. I have an 89 ranger 2wd and iv been pricing around depends if your doing the disc it self or the whole kit. I've found kits for $99 and up and I've found just the clutch disk for $31 and up.
Stock Tires 195/70-14
15liters per 100km
Yes if they both have the same engine size and both are either 2wd or both are 4wd.
that is fine, check for rubbing under wheel well.
The 2.3 L - 4 cylinder and the 2.9 L - V6
no the transmissions are different and it wont work.