yes they are basicly the same truck
Under the dash near the brake pedal lever.
check the u joints.if vehicle is standard shift,i would also check the clutch
It should i don't think they changed the width of anything tell 97
you might have a bad / or disconnectedidle control valve.
And why in the world would you want to do that, as the rear brakes which are operated by the parking brake are already activated by the brake pedal. Do not even think of doing this.
no, the ranger is quite a bit narrower than an f150
In the gas tank
no it would not.
how much would my 1991 ford f150 4x4 5.0 efi take in gas to full it up
According to the Hanes Manual: .044
Try local parts stores, local junkyards, or local dealer.
Press the gas pedal down further.
Look at the upper end of the clutch pedal under the dash area Look at the upper end of the clutch pedal under the dash area Look at the upper end of the clutch pedal under the dash area
Sounds like a bad universal joint. The bearings in these frequently go bad and cause a vibration because the driveshaft can not move correctly. They "usually" are not too hard to replace in your driveway but driveshaft removal is required. They are available at any parts store and are relatively cheap.
yes basicaly all f150s 80 - 96 are the same types of trucks yes basicaly all f150s 80 - 96 are the same types of trucks
4 nuts under the dash around the brake pedal
the brake light switch is located on the brake pedal, near the top. You will have to take off the cover right under the steering wheel to really be able to see it. Hope this answered your question
INJECTORS DO NOT HAVE ACCELERATOR PUMPS ON THEM. The throttle sensor only reads closed or WOT.
located at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
IT IS ATTACHED TO THE PUMP AT THE FRONT OF THE ENGINE
Im not sure, but why the hell would you want to do this?
I would just run new wires from the fuse box or trace the old ones and run new. You might want to check the switch on the top of the brake pedal which turns them on.