None of the information is entered into the databases by ourselves. You might get less of certain components of combustion process, but not less total combustion product out the tailpipe. Getting one that is non-egr seems more important than being for manual transmission. I even ran across a thread on this topic somewhere, some guy said he was running his 4. McKenzie River Auto Group is known for quality vehicles. I want to drive this little truck forever. Gas mileage has been as good as 235 miles on a tank, but 20 miles to a gallon seems about right.
Its just a very different transmission than the light duty five speed that came in the truck. Thats why dont need 5spd, even transmission that came with it, I only tried 5th out of curiosity, quickly found out besides the noise, it was kinda worthless with that axle ratio. Example; Chevy discontinued the S-10 because it was a piece of crap. Plugged it and idle speed went to 1000, and engine ran real smooth. Clean interior, plus it comes with a canopy as well.
Driving Ranger with this transmission brought back memories. New transmission needed at 171,000 miles. The mileage while towing is horrible. And drive by tachometer, certain rpm in certain gear. Replaced oxygen sensors, fuel pump, fuel pressure regulator, throttle position sensor and couple other things.
Please refer to our terms of service for more information. It now is my teenage son's truck and continues to provide him with trouble free service. From what I am finding online, seems like federal non-egr automatic ecm will work, but used with manual transmission has some quirks. Yes Review Date: 25th January, 2007 Faults: Replaced Manual Trans at 89,000 miles, that was expected. Faults: Nothing has gone wrong with my truck yet, but I will need to get new tires soon. You can't list the rear end being light as a problem with the truck since this a trait common to all trucks. That would explain it running rich and poor fuel mileage.
Its like it isnt reading some of sensor signals properly. Both electric windows rub when they go up and down causing the windows to look fogged up when in reality they are scratched. Don't Know Review Date: 12th January, 2006. I loved the interior of the extra-cab it was always very comfortable. The accuracy of the information in our database cannot be guaranteed or verified, and we are unable to certify that a vehicle history is complete. The truck has a lot of room and is great with kids for short rides to school. Will put it in I guess.
I bought the truck with 105,000 miles on it and I just turned over 240,000. Yes Review Date: 2nd October, 2004 I have a 1994 2 wheel drive 5 speed Ranger with the 2. Fuel economy could be fixed with a tuneup probably. And after few mile trip to post office and home, notice it was very hot to the touch. Sometimes just got to try a couple cheap options before ponying up and doing it the right way.
Roomy enough cab for a small adult, big guys think it's too cramped. Model year 1994 Year of manufacture 1994 First year of ownership 2005 Most recent year of ownership 2006 Engine and transmission 2. I am a firm believer in Valvoline and Quaker State's high mileage engine oils. John Myers Ranger trucks are the best little truck ever built by Ford. These are very old transmissions at this point and this one had set outside for decade or so, had bit rain water and bit rust.
Model year 1994 Year of manufacture 1994 First year of ownership 1994 Most recent year of ownership 2005 Engine and transmission 2. Have to feather pedal cold but keeps from stalling at hot idle. I also have a 1994 ranger it's a great truck, but it definitely lacks power if anyone can give me any info on getting more power out of it please help me. I am guessing besides that it isnt reading some of sensors correctly. As far as the 1980 Pinto I also had one of those and if it hadn't gotten T-boned I would still have it. At 210,000 the rear shackles broke away from the frame. Model year 1994 Year of manufacture 1994 First year of ownership 1994 Most recent year of ownership 2006 Engine and transmission 2.
The engine runs like new, with no oil leaks or burning. Seller hadnt mentioned this of course. But have feeling I will probably end up ordering the one you suggest. Whether on the farm or in the city. So with all the electonics to have it get 12 to 14 seems odd.
As much as this truck weighs more than the old full size Chevy and size of this engine, still no idea why in world Ford didnt use the heavier duty 5spd offered in the F150. Standard Features Fuel Consumption: City: 19 mpg Fuel Consumption:. Kept it at 750rpm cold or hot. You didn't notice the shortage of power during the test drive? Excellent stock sound sys, replaced after blew at 75,000. We urge you to be more rational choosing a car, so you can save money and get the best value for money possible. But should disassembled it and checked it thoroughly. I replaced the battery twice in 11 years.