For a 1993 Ford Ranger : I'm not a mechanic / technician , but the way I tell the difference between the 3.0 litre " Vulcan " engine and the 4.0 litre is by where the oil filter is On the 4.0 litre Over Head Valve / pushrod design engine , the engine oil filter is on the PASSENGER SIDE of the engine On the 3.0 litre the engine oil filter is on the DRIVERS SIDE of the engine
The 3.0 liter " Vulcan " V6 engine in a Ford Ranger has the engine oil filter on the drivers side of the engine The 4.0 liter ( OHV ) engine used in the Ford Ranger ( up to the 2000 model year ) has the engine oil filter on the passenger side of the engine
If the check engine light is flashing that means an engine cylinder misfire has been detected . You can drive it in for repair , just avoid any rapid acceleration or deceleration because you can damage the catalytic converter
Wikipedia has a great history of the ford ranger line.
Mainly the wood and finish
It would help to know what engine you're trying to swap in. Quite a difference between trying to swap in a newer engine of the same model and trying to swap in, say, a Chevy small block.
You will fail emissions. If you dont figure out a way to make that EGR work.
The check engine light on a 1999 Ford Ranger is between the full mark of the gas gauge and the left turn signal arrow
On a 2002 Ford Ranger : The Mass Air Flow Sensor is between the engine air filter and the engine air intake tube
The check engine light comes on and stays on when a problem is detected by the self diagnosis system of your vehicle. Generally, a check engine light is lit when there is a problem in the emissions or somthing that is affecting the effectiveness of the emissions. If the check engine light is flashing a misfire has been detected
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