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The fork in the transmission is most likely bent.

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Jul 02, 2014


full strength anti freeze will not hurt

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Jun 24, 2014


depends on size of engine. what size is your engine?

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Jun 24, 2014


On many Rangers there is a small hole on the underside of the steering column, basically under the key--it's easier to see on some more than others, you should be able to slide a long narrow screwdriver up that hole and just lightly 'push.' That should release the key switch. The alternative is to drill it out starting with a small bit right down the center, then graduate to larger and larger bits until you have drilled the 'guts' out enough to carefully dig the outer circle of it out. But pray that you can take the easier road and find the small hole first! Good luck and take your time if you have to drill!

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Jun 17, 2014


You need a blower motor resistor. It is on the heater housing either inside the truck or under the hood. It is a relatively simple fix.

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Jun 09, 2014


Change out your flasher--the big silver round thimble looking thing in your fuse boxes under the dash, left of the steering wheel down low. Easy fix.

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Jun 06, 2014


There are many possibilities. It could even be that it is out of gas. If unknown, take it to an auto shop to have it looked at.
and i think you can do it by yourself , but you need a diagnostic tools. if you want to buy one you can click here: allobd2.com

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on May 07, 2014


Clicking noise usually means a bad connection at the battery terminal. It can also be a bad connection at the starter or solenoid.
Re-clean and tighten battery cables,and if that doesn't do it,re-tighten starter connections.Don't overtighten as copper-bronze studs can break easily.If your Ranger is standard shift (4 or 5-speed), don't get under the car or in front of it without the battery cables disconnectede or the shifter in neutral,as any current you inadvertently send thru the starter can engage it and run you over or knock the vehicle off jackstands or blocks. don-ohio

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Apr 25, 2014


check the inertia switch located under heater box black case with a white button depress to reset

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Apr 19, 2014


Check inertia switch located under heater box black case with white button depress to reset. this shuts off the fuel pump.

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Apr 19, 2014


Not much to the solenoid, but I'll attach a wiring schematic for 3.0 and 4.0. Be careful not to touch the two post together on the solenoid or it will start right up on you! One lead goes directly to the starter and the other goes to the positive lead on the battery. Good luck.
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1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Apr 16, 2014


WHAT ARE YOUR OVERDRIVE HOSES:
NEAR
ABOVE
BELOW ?
IS THE FLUID RED OR BLACK LIKE OIL?
I WOULD CHECK ALL CRANKCASE VENTILATION HOSES AND VALVE(S)....SOUNDS LIKE TO MUCH C.C. PRESSURE..BLOWING OIL OUT. WHERE IS OIL LEVEL..CHECK FOR OVERFILL.

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Apr 05, 2014


YOU SHOULD NEVER HAVE TO MESS W/ AC. THE GREENIES WOULD BE UP IN ARMS IF PEOPLE WERE RELEASING REFRIGERANT INTO THE ATMOSPHERE; HOWEVER,QUITE OFTEN YOU HAVE TO REMOVE MORE stuff THAN YOU THINK. iT MAKE YOU BECOME MORE INTIMATE WITH YOUR TRUCK AND IT WILL LOVE YOU BACK

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Mar 29, 2014


I suggest you watch some You Tube Video on
how to test your vehicles ignition system

There are many videos & lots of printed material
on all vehicles issues & get as technical as you can understand

When people come here saying they replaced many parts & do not mention why or if anything was tested, you got to wonder about
the level of knowledge & expertise

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Mar 09, 2014


Have you been able to figure out if you are lacking fuel or spark when the problem occurs ? Will it start back up with starting fluid ?

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Mar 05, 2014


any vehicle you want it to , but I would suggest any other ford with a 3L

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Mar 04, 2014


Take your car to go and get a trans service from a mechanic. The fluid could be old and thick and the the trans not allowing gears to change because the fluid is not flowing as it should

1992 Ford Ranger | Answered on Jan 26, 2014

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