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Where is the dpfe switch on a 99 ford ranger 3 liter flex?

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2007-08-07 03:18:13
2007-08-07 03:18:13

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.

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