Either the fuse is blown or the wiper motor is bad.
Probably. As a mechanic, I would attempt it.
it will work in the ford
I am converting a ford ranger automatic (a4ld) transmission 4wd to a 5 speed manual from a 4 cylinder ford ranger. Will it work. What is needed?
I believe they are swithable if the ranger had the 2.9 V-6. (same mounts)
replace hazzard flasher Key needs to be in the ignition and ignition in on position ours does the same thing for our 1997 ranger xlt woman figured it out!
Check fuse # 3 , that is a 15 amp fuse for your parking lights if all 4 don't work
Any four liter engine should work in your 1994 Ford Ranger cup truck. The Ford four liter engine may need the motor mounts to be changed.
Check your fuse!
a 84 ford ranger is a 5 X 114.3mm. a 5X5.5 will not work
Sounds like there is a bulb installed incorrectly somewhere. parking light or taillight.
What would cause the instrument panel on a 1997 ford pickup 150 not to work?
If it's the same as the 1996 Ford Ranger , fuse # 33 is a 15 amp fuse for the High beam lamps
where is the temp. sending unit located on a 1999 ford ranger xlt 6cyl 3.0l .Gauge does not work.
fuel sending unit may be faulty, you have to either drop the tank or remove the bed. the part costs like 30 dollars.
Not even close buddy. The 1997 model 4X4 used a Dana 35 twin-traction beam front 'axle'. The 1998 and up 4X4 uses a IFS with CV joints and a double wishbone setup. The only thing that's interchangeable on that is the axle blocks or leaf springs.
my ford 2001 ranger had the same thing happen to me i sent to the ford delear for repair and it was a missing fuse so check all fuses
take out the bulbs and see if they are burned out.
I have a 1997 Ranger Splash edition as well, The best way it seems is to follow the Haynes Repair Manual. Read over it before you start work. Don't be alarmed if you see tears form on the pages when you have to read that right axle needs to be removed and the engine hoisted up 2 inches.
the control is electrical i do believe so you would need to replace the switch. the switch is behind the knob you turn. of course you will need to remove some parts to get to it.
Well, you should ask the people who work at your local Ford dealer.
Simply put: no, won't work.
if the clock doesn't work then change the clock
Unbolt it. If that doesn't work, use a cutting torch.