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#123 of 292 Re: 1999 Ford Ranger - won't go into gear [cfowleron]
Sep 24, 2008 (12:24 am)
sounds like there is a pretty good chance slave cylinder is going on ya. i have an 2003 ranger 4x4 with the 4.0. mine acted a fool for about three months and finally left me stranded at work at 2 am none the less. i did the hole bleeding thing and it helped for awhile but ultimately in the end was a waste of time. slave cylinder is internal so you might as well change clutch. just changed mine about two months ago slave and clutch assembly ran bout 300.00 dollars and bout two days work. good luck. oh and when you bleed it pull up on a hill. will help getting air out of system tremendously
#124 of 292 Re: Why is my O/D flashing on 2001 3.0 auto ranger [thatoneguy]
Sep 27, 2008 (9:48 am)
just wondering if any one had an idea about this issue. i am having the same problem with the O/D not turning off. what was the fix to this problem. my vehicle is a 2000 3.0L automatic ford ranger
#125 of 292 Re: 1999 Ford Ranger - won't go into gear [nak_machinist]
Sep 30, 2008 (9:37 pm)
That's what I was afraid of. LOL Thanks for the advice I appreciate it. I was hoping against that.
#126 of 292 2005 ranger..clunk noise
Oct 09, 2008 (5:25 pm)
When I start my truck in the morning or after work, there is a clunking thud sound that comes from the tranny area, it only happens when the truck is cold, its there only for the initial start up and goes away, its like something is being released any ideas on what this is?
#127 of 292 2005 ranger..cold air
Oct 09, 2008 (5:27 pm)
Even with the fan off, there's always cold air coming out of the vents, whats up with this?
#128 of 292 2000 ranger wont shift
Oct 16, 2008 (4:45 pm)
Help! My 2000 ranger currently will not shift gears and the check engine and abs lights are on, and the o/d light flashes. Also, the speedometer doesnt work. Does anyone know why this is happening and what needs to be done to fix it? Ty!
#129 of 292 Re: 2000 ranger wont shift [maria16]
Oct 17, 2008 (2:04 am)
I think this is a 'standard' problem for Rangers, but I'm not sure of the problem. It may be the ABS sensor that is in the rear differential has failed, and it causes all these problems. If this is it, it's not a terrible expensive repair. Remove the electrical connection, one bolt, pull out the old sensor, put a new one it.
#130 of 292 Re: 2000 ranger wont shift [maria16]
Oct 22, 2008 (3:37 pm)
hello, i was wondering if you were able to figure out the problem with your truck? My ranger actually did the same thing to me today on the way to work! If you have already fixed it could you tell me what the problem was and to fix it? thanks!!
#131 of 292 Re: 2000 ranger wont shift [marco32110]
Oct 23, 2008 (11:13 am)
yes I did get it fixed, it was the abs speed sensor and the part is only about $30. However with labor, I paid a little over $100. Hope this helps!
#132 of 292 Re: 2000 ranger wont shift [maria16]
Oct 23, 2008 (9:04 pm)
Ah, so I got one right....