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Where is the engine made on a 2003 Ford Ranger with 2300 engine and would a performance chip help with performance or gearing?


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2004-09-20 00:29:37
2004-09-20 00:29:37

Where is the engine made?? should be on one of the labels under the hood?? chip---gearing??? yes if you do a little research on exactly what kind of "performance " you want and how to best get it.


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All depended on the engine in it and rear gearing.

sycronizer probably going out since that gear is primary when gearing down from 5th

That would depend on what year of Ford Ranger and what size of engine it has

it depends on your gearing for top speed and the shape of the engine (when was rebuilt, etc). I own an CRG with a Kx125 engine and I can easily get over 100MPH.

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A better question is why would you want to put a ranger transmission on a mustang

That would depend on the engine size , automatic or manual transmission , what the differential gearing is , etcetera

The main compatible engine with a 1999 Ford Ranger would be a 4.0L Ford V6. A V8 engine would fit well as well, but uses a lot of gasoline when driving.

Most likely would be the 2001-current 4.0L with the SOHC engine. The best looking one is the 2005 Ford Ranger STX with the same engine.

No it would not. Transmission performance does not affect the engine. But engine performance does affect the transmission.

I would need to know what size engine you have and what year of Ford Ranger in order to answer your question

It would definitely help keep the engine from overheating.

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On a 2002 Ford Ranger : The reservoir would be in the engine compartment There are reservoirs for brake fluid , windshield washer fluid , power steering fluid , engine coolant , etcetera

That would depend on the model year and engine size of the Ford Ranger A little more information please

Not likely. A bad O2 sensor would illuminate the check engine light and the engine performance would suffer.

I guess you would have to consider that maybe it has the incorrect engine oil dipstick What year of Ford Ranger and what is the engine size , just out of curiosity

Possibly if gearing were changed. With stock gearing top speed would be 50-52 mph.

Yes, tuning a car does increase its performance. By buying parts and tuning a car up, the performance goes up as well. If a person would tune up the engine it would possibly increase the car's horsepower thus increasing its performance.

That depends on what failure caused the code. Certain failures can cause a safe mode, that would reduce performance to prevent further damage to the engine, exhaust , or trans systems.

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Performance wise it would be the 6.1L SRT8 Hemi produces by Chrysler motors. Performance/Economical would be the 5.7l Hemi R/T produced by Chrysler motors.

There are a lot of sensors that can trip the engine light, you would have to scan it to know which one is causing the error

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