Most auto parts retailers will give you that information when you buy the plugs.
Look in your owners manual if you have it or the routing decal should be under the hood of the car.
The tire pressure is on a decal on the drivers door post.
It's on the sidewall of your tires in metric (ex:225/75/15) or recommended is in your owners manual and usually a decal on a doorjamb, etc.
This is listed in your owners manual. It is also listed on the drivers door post. If you have no owners manual and the decal is missing off the drivers door post the stock size I have found to be is E78-14 according to all the web sites I know of with this information.
I didnt know that I was trying to find one of those, but if I were, I would look in the owners manual or ask the dealer to print you a copy from their servicce manual.
You did not say if it is manual or automatic. In the glove box is a decal that tells everything on your truck. You can call the dealership and he can decode it for you. The decal is referred to as a build sheet.
The spark plug gap for the 2.3 litre 88 ranger is .035. This information can be found on the decal inside the engine compartment.
.044 inch ( according to motorcraft.com ) but check your engine compartment decal
10 degrees BTDC - unless engine compartment decal shows different
10 degrees BTDC ( unless engine compartment decal shows different )
There should be a schematic on the fan shroud for the serpentine belt I don't know about a '98 Riviera but I have a 1996 Riviera & it's in my original owners manual. Athough I do not have a engine belt diagram on the fan shroud, I do have a decal for the enviormental control system. ANSWER: There is a schematic in the owner's manual of the '98 Riviera.
There should be a decal under the hood with the specified oil for your vehicle. My 2000 Ranger recommends ASE 5 W 30. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The owners manual shows :( 2004 Ford Ranger ) for the 2.3 L and 3.0 L - Motorcraft SAE 5 W 20 Premium Synthetic Blend Motor Oil ( U.S.) and Motorcraft SAE 5 W 20 Super Premium Motor Oil (in Canada) * ( the use of synthetic blend is NOT MANDATORY - you can if you wish ) * for the 4.0 L - Motorcraft SAE 5 W 30 Super Premium Motor Oil
10 degrees BTDC ( unless engine decal shows different )
From Haynes Repair Manual for Ford Ranger Pickups 1993 - 2005: "The belt's pathway is illustrated on a decal on the radiator support. Tension is set by an automatic tensioner and manual adjustment is not required. Rotate the tensioner clockwise or counter-clockwise (2.3, 2.5 and 4.0 are counter clockwise, 3.0 is clockwise) to loosen the tension and hold the tensioner in the released position. Install the belt and make sure it is routed correctly. Release the tensioner". Good luck.
Check your VECI ( vehicle emission control information ) decal in your engine compartment , it should be somewhere in front of the radiator
no a decal is a picture.
On a 2002 Ford Ranger : Check the Vehicle Emissions Control Information ( VECI ) decal in the front of your engine compartment . It will show the type of spark plugs used and the spark plug gap
Belt routing is on a decal in the engine compartment. Some are also in the owner's manual.
there should be one on a decal under the hood. otherwise look in the apropriate copy of "motor manual" or "chilton's" or a factory manual
There is a problem with your model number. It should end in 054 or 055 to have the Mastercraft decal. MTD has a manual archive; see link. Use a 1 for the serial number.
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The vacuum diagram is located on a decal on the under side of the hood towards the front of the car. If it is missing you will have to buy a manual.
On a 1999 Ford Ranger : Check the Vehicle Emissions Control Information ( VECI ) decal in the front of the engine compartment , it will show what type of spark plugs to use , and the spark plug gap
www . motorcraft . com ( no spaces ) shows : 10 degrees BTDC ( unless the engine compartment decal shows different )