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1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on May 14, 2015


can think of two possibles fuelpump relay or pump itself or the crankshaft sensor hooking up a scanner may give you some ideas

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Apr 29, 2015


Brake light fuses should be under the dash on the drivers left side.
If fuse is not the problem, there's a switch on the brake pedal arm, that controls the brake lights. The switch may need to be adjusted or replaced.
Hope this helps.

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Apr 20, 2015


you can't order or by one remote then when in the truck follow the remote programming instructions then once it's in the system you will get out of theft mode if you have a friend who has a ford remote you can use there's temporarily to get out of theft then you might have to disconnect the battery again then use the remote when the alarm sounds

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Mar 29, 2015


When you have both codes at the same time, it indicates that both bank 1 & 2 O2 sensors are reporting lean condition. If only one code appeared it is usually a bad sensor, but with both codes, it is probable that it really is running way to lean. This is usually caused by a vacuum leak. Make sure you intake hose from MAF sensor (air filter box) to intake is secured and has no leaks, then move on to looking for, vacuum hoses leaking, intake gaskets leaking etc...

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Jan 29, 2015


Very unlikely that it would be a computer problem, it does not control the A/C, or temp gauge. Sounds like multiple problems. A/C could be just low on Freon, if pressure is low, it will not turn on. Temp gauge and rough idle may be related, if temp sensor is bad, the computer wont know the engine temperature and thus not mix the fuel correctly. But there are many things that can cause rough cold engine idle, like dirty throttle plate, or bad idle air control valve. You did not say what engine you have, so this is just general information.

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Jan 29, 2015


Under hood battery junction block, Fuse #1 - 50 amp maxi fuse . This supply's power to the interior fuse panel. Top right corner 25345025-1vlvjc0sdvhxb30aamezebbu-1-0.gif

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Dec 30, 2014


door sensor is bad. switch is staying closed allowing juice to interior lights. The door switch is there. have autozone or napa look up the location for you...

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Dec 23, 2014


There is a black box behind the jump seat on the drivers side. You have to remove the panel to get to it. There is a button on the box that resets the shift motor on the transfercase. It this don't fix the problem, then the shift motor is going bad. I hope this helps.

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Dec 14, 2014


On the back of the transfercase there is an electric shift motor. You can remove it and turn the shift shaft with a cresent wrench to move it to 4 high or 2 high. Caution: be sure to block the wheels so the vehicle can not move before you get under it. If you move the shaft to the neutral position, the truck will roll.It in not likely that you will be able to put the shift motor back on unless you can get the slot in the motor drive to line back up with the shift shaft. I hope this helps you.

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Dec 14, 2014


It would be my best guess that you have a rubber break line collapsing on the inside that is not allowing the brake fluid to return to the break resevior. I have run into this on a number of occasions. It is usually on of the front caliper lines. I hope this helps you. Good Luck.

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Dec 14, 2014


I have the same problem, the switch in the door is either faulty or the door latch is sticking, try spraying the door latch with WD40 and open and close your door to work it in if this is the problem it should free up the latch which hits the switch for the dome light and the door ajar light. This did not work for me I replaced the door switch with push pin switches instead.

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Dec 11, 2014


If the windows worked well before but became intermittent, I'd be checking the switches. You can also power the motors with jumpers to insure the motors work. If the brushes are worn, you can sometimes make the window work one last time by giving the door a good thump to jar the armature and possibly get better brush contact.

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Oct 27, 2014


needs a new switch relay

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Oct 17, 2014


Have you tried changing the fuel pump relay, or fuse? I have always went by one rule first and that is (never overlook the obvious) most of the time it's something simple hope this helps

1999 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Oct 11, 2014

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