Under the hood
The pcm computer is mounted on the firewall on a 2000 Ford Ranger. It is on the passenger side under the hood.
The relay block on the 95 Ford Ranger is under the hood. It is on the driver's side on the front side of the wheelwell.
Under the hood.
Right in front of the motor and behind where the hood latches. Follow the top radiator hose if you have any doubt.
31 under the hood
under the hood driver side
No. The wiring is inside the cab.
under hood - pass. side - near front -
look at the sticker under the hood. it is a belt diagram that tells you
The fuel pump relay on a 2001 Ford Ranger is located in the distribution box under the hood. It should be relay k.
The fuel pump relay for the 1995 ford ranger 2,3 is located under the hood. It is in the power distribution box.
The block heater on a 1995 Ford Ranger is in the engine space under the hood. The plug for the heater block is located near the front of the engine.
Yes you can put it on the hood or on the tailgate.
The battery has nothing whatsoever to do with the bonnet on a Ranger. There is either a hood release inside the truck under the dash drivers side or the hood release in located outside under the front edge of the hood.
Temporarily, get a bungee cord and fasten it. Then take it to a body shop for the repair or replacement of the hood latch mechanism.
The inside hood release is in the lower dash near the steering wheel column and the auxilary hood release is under the front edge of the hood at the center
should be under the power distrubution box under the hood.
It should be in the front under the hood near the intake
open the hood and look for it
Under the Distribution box (under the hood)
The fuel pump on a 91 Ford Ranger is controlled by the starter fuse and relay. This relay is located under the hood. It will be located by the fender on the drivers side.
On a 2006 Ford Ranger : I believe the Data Link Connector is in the lower part of the dash , below the steering wheel , between the inside hood release and the parking / emergency brake release ( behind a small plastic panel that removes , or maybe flips up or down )