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Where is the Modulator valve on a 1989 Ford Ranger 2.9 liter automatic transmition?

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2013-07-03 01:14:18
2013-07-03 01:14:18

On your 1989 Ford Ranger :

The vacuum modulator valve is on the passenger side of the A4LD automatic

transmission ( it might be behind a heat shield )

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