Should be on the Filter Accumulator or somewhere in the line close to it.
According to the Owner Guide and fordparts.com : Motorcraft FG-991 , is the fuel filter required for a 1999 Ford Ranger 3.0 liter flex fuel engine
With the 1999 Ford Ranger 3.0 liter flex fuel V6 engine you can use " regular " unleaded gasoline 87 octane or ( E 85 ethanol fuel ) or any combination of the two fuels
The 1999 Ranger had a 3.0 L V6 gas engine or 3.0 L FLEX FUEL engine available ( FLEX FUEL ENGINE allows you to run E85 or regular unleaded gas - 87 octane or any combination of the 2 fuels ) There are NUMEROUS parts that are different , even the fuel pumps !
According to the 1999 Ford Ranger Owner Guide : 2.5 liter four cylinder ( Motorcraft FL-400-S ) 3.0 liter V6 ( Motorcraft FL-400-S ) regular unleaded and flex fuel versions 4.0 liter V6 ( Motorcraft FL-1A )
The Ford Ranger , 3.0 liter Flex Fuel Vehicle engine is designed to use " regular " unleaded gasoline , 87 octane , or E85 ethanol , or any combination of the 2 fuels
The 2000 Ford Ranger was equipped with two different 3.0L 6-cylinder options between codes 'U' and 'V' (Flex-Fuel). Both engines have a coolant service fill of 14.8 quarts.
No - motorcraft.com lists 2001 Ranger 3.0 L fuel pumps for flex fuel and gas only 3.0 L engines
In the case of a Ford Ranger : Certain years had a flex fuel version of the 3.0 liter " Vulcan " V6 engine available ( it could run on " regular " unleaded gasoline , 87 octane , or E85 , or any combination of the two fuels )
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
cylinder 5 misfire
to answer the question, yes. it can be done you just have to swap your old parts or mod the harness. *flex* i did it
Actually , it has a TIMING CHAIN
It has a CHAIN.
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
You could have the 3.0 liter - OHV - Vulcan - V6 , the flex fuel version of the 3.0 liter - OHV - Vulcan - V6 , or the 3.0 liter - DOHC - Duratec - V6 engine
on back of engine behind the flex plate.
No , there wasn't a flex fuel version of the 3.0 liter " Vulcan " V6 engine available in the 1999 Mercury Sable ( according to the Owner Guide )
Personally , I would use the 5W-30 as stated in the owners manual , it's not until the 2001 Ford Ranger model that it shows to use 5W-20 in the 3.0 liter V6 engine
The 2003 Ford Ranger owners manual shows : 3.0 L FFV engine ( flex fuel - identified by the 8th " character " of the VIN being a " V " and having a sticker inside the fuel filler door or a 3.0 L engine that runs on gasoline only
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
The 2000 Ford Taurus had 3 different engines available :The 3.0 liter " Vulcan " and the 3.0 liter " Vulcan " flex fuel version , they are both over head valve / pushrod design enginesThen there was the 3.0 liter " Duratec " which is a DOHC design
Two 5.3 liter engines (LM7 or L59, the latter being a flex fuel engine) and one 8.1 liter engine
The regular flex is a stiffer flex than the mid flex. A regular flex is comparable to an 85 flex. The mid flex is closer to a 75 flex.
According to the 1998 Ford Taurus Owner Guide : There was not a flex fuel version of the 3.0 liter " Vulcan " engine offered on the 1998 Ford Taurus