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#197 of 209 Re: Emergency brake adjustments [bolivar]
Dec 01, 2011 (4:45 am)
I would pay a little more for the diesel, but I would get better gas mileage than my Ranger Danger.
#198 of 209 probs with my 4x4
Dec 05, 2011 (6:01 pm)
can any help me i got a 99 ford ranger and im not getting any response from my 4x4 selector on the dash and no power to the shifter motor when i plug the motor in the plug coming out of the cab.. i check every single fuse, and both my 4h an 4l indicators on my dash keep flashing . and im stumped. and after i check all the fuse now i have no turn signals and my key chime wont go off. so i could really use the help.
#199 of 209 Re: probs with my 4x4 [jegs74]
Dec 06, 2011 (5:24 am)
I would go through your fuses again to get the key chime and signals to work correctly. Possibly you mixed a couple of the fuses. They take the specific fuse for a reason. For your 4x4 I would check the 4x4 control module. Have a ford mechanic or someone with brains on fords to check it. Good luck
#200 of 209 Whine while driving in a straight line.
Mar 22, 2012 (10:51 pm)
06 Ranger 4x4, when driving in a straight line I get a whining noise that sounds like very bad tires, when taking a long sweeping curve to the left the noise ceases. A friend tells me it's the RH wheel bearing, someone else said they are a bear to replace. Any advice would be most welcome. I'm fairly good at auto repairs in general.
#201 of 209 Re: Whine while driving in a straight line. [jsiegrist]
Mar 23, 2012 (4:08 am)
I would replace the whole right hub. Couple hundred maybe to do it. If you replace the whole hub you won'r have to worry about your ABS sensor or anyother sensor down there going bad for a longer time than just changing the bearing.
#202 of 209 Re: Whine while driving in a straight line. [cschwartz2]
Mar 23, 2012 (6:14 pm)
Thanks so much for the advice, so I take it you have seen this problem & resolution previously?
#203 of 209 Re: Ford Ranger 4X4 Problems [ken228]
Dec 21, 2012 (9:44 am)
Ken, did you ever figure this out?? I have this same problem right now. Can you help? Thanks
#204 of 209 Re: Ford Ranger 4X4 Problems [rfaris81]
Dec 21, 2012 (10:01 am)
My hub was humming, so I had Ford replace it when they were replacing my timing chain guides. I think it was about 300.00 for the part and them to do it. Not too bad, cuz Autozone wanted almost that much for a new hub... Good luck! Ranger Dangers bring Ranger problems.
Oh but once I got timing chain guides fixed and new hub my Ranger is a champ again(knock on wood) and went mudding in October through the alleghany mtns.!!!! Ranger Danger impressed me with what he went through!!
#205 of 209 Re: 4x4 problem with my Ranger [jujitsuthor]
Jan 12, 2013 (6:19 pm)
on my ranger 4hi and 4lo lights would come on and i could hear it click but no power i took the right hub off and manually put it in 4low it worked until i turn truck off it went back to 2wd i pulled both front tires off and found that the vaccun lines going to the hubs were dry rotted and cracked replaced tubes and now 4hi works great still no 4lo but i will figure it out soon. so check all your vaccum lines for cracks and dry rot if you replace one do both be safe
#206 of 209 Re: probs with my 4x4 [jegs74]
Feb 21, 2013 (11:29 pm)
I have 98 Ford ranger and the same thing just happen to me won't shift in 4 wheel drive and the 4HI & 4LOW indicator flash 4or 5 time then stop then when i trun off the truck and restart dose the same thing didn't get a chance to run any test yet last year, in 2012 truck would't go in to 4 wheel drive so change out hubs to manual worked find and then put in new shifter box that goes to back of transfer case(forgot what that was call) any clue?