Open the hood, look in the middle on top of the engine. Easy to reach, 2 screws, 1 electrical connector and a couple of hoses.
I was looking at the 2003 Ford Ranger Owner Guide and it shows for the 4.0 liter SOHC , V6 engine ( " regular " unleaded gasoline , 87 octane ) So , the answer is ( no ) * there was a flex fuel version of the 3.0 liter " Vulcan " V6 engine available that used either 87 octane unleaded gasoline , E85 , or any combination of the two fuels
That depends on which 4.0 liter engine you have and what vehicle it is in ( Ford Mustang , Ranger , Explorer , and what model year ) The 4.0 liter EFI ( which is an overhead valve / pushrod design engine , the 8th " character " of your VIN is an " X " or The 4.0 liter , SOHC , V6 engine ( the 8th " character " of your VIN is an " E " or possibly a " K " if it is a flex fuel engine A little more information please
A little more information in your question would make it easier to answer , but : For the 2002 Ford Ranger : With engine oil filter change : The 2.3 liter four cylinder engine takes ( 4.0 U.S. quarts of 5W-20 ) The 3.0 liter V6 engine , and the flex fuel version , take ( 4.5 of 5W-20 ) The 4.0 liter V6 engine takes ( 5.0 of 5W-30 ) * according to the Owner Guide
In a 2002 Ford Ranger : " regular " unleaded gasoline , 87 octane ( for all engines ) ( also , if you have the 3.0 liter flex fuel vehicle engine , the 8th " character of the VIN is a " K " and there is a sticker inside of the fuel filler door , you can use E-85 ethanol or " regular " unleaded gasoline , 87 octane or any combination of the 2 fuels )
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