well for starters I'm assuming you ran the scan test with a Ford scanner to get these codes. If so then........Code 173 means:Heated Exhaust Gas Oxygen (HEGO) sensor- voltage signal indicates "rich" (Bank 1 ).
But....if you had a scanner then you should have the code book along with it right?
As for the answer to whats causing it?
Could be a bad O2 sensor, or a problem with something related to that cylinder such as bad wire, plug, vacum leak, ect. Check and then double check all your usual components using your vehicle's manual troubleshooting list related to that issue to pinpoint the problem.
Code 536 means:Brake On/Off (BOO) switch - circuit failure or not activated during Engine Run Self-test.
Bascially this means you didn't have the handbrake on during the engine self-test. Bad move partner....always THINK SAFETY!APPLY HANDBRAKE DURING ALL runtime testing proceedures.
Thanks and have a great day!
Yes , the 2.3 liter 4 cylinder in a 1993 Ford Ranger is a non-interference engine
are there freexe out pluges on rear of block on a 2.3 engine ford ranger
No , the engines in a 1993 Ford Ranger are fuel injected ( at least they are in North America )
In a 1993 Ford Ranger : Yes , all engine sizes are fuel injected
can you use a transmission from a 1993 ford ranger in a 2000 ford ranger?
145 horsepower for the 3.0 L Vulcan - V6 engine in a 1993 Ford Ranger
how to i change a clutch in a 1993 ford ranger
a 1993 ford ranger will hold 5 qts of oil. From the Chilton Ford Ranger guide: A 1993 Ranger with a 3.0 liter engine take 4.5 quarts of oil. The other engine sizes all take 5.0. My 3.0 Ranger takes 5 quarts, Chilton is probably not taking into account of the oil filter.
If you are debating on whether or not you want to buy a Ford Ranger, then it is useful to know the engine size. The Ford Ranger is available, with a V6 engine.
The engines in a 1993 Ford Ranger are fuel injected , so there is no carburetor
Yes, a 2003 Ford Ranger tailgate will fit a 1993 Ford Ranger. As of July 2013, the average price of a new tailgate for a Ford Ranger is around $160, plus tax and shipping.
On the drivers side on the bottom of the engine, it has a red wire going into it.
( .054 inch ) according to fordparts.com
The Ford Ranger engine number can be found on the engine identification plate. The engine identification plate can be found on the engine block.
.044 inch , according to ford parts . com
I believe you could....according to the Haynes Repair Maual for 1993-2005 Rangers, the SOHC 4.0L engine is a standard 4.0L engine found in Rangers and Explorers. actually , the 4.0 L SOHC wasn't used in the Ford Ranger until 2001 , before that Ford used the 4.0 L OHV engine
No , the 2.3 liter 4 cylinder engine in a 1997 Ford Ranger is not an interference engine
yes if the motors are the same.
I have a '93 Ford Explorer and it hold 19 gallons From the Chilton Ford Ranger guide: "1993 Ranger with standard wheelbase: 16.3 1993 Ranger with long wheelbase: 19.6"
the pcm is located along the upper edge of the firewall in the engine compartment..
It is located between the distributor at the back or the engine.
That would be a ( 7.5 inch )
The label on the drivers side door is 225 70 r14 for a 1993 ford ranger.