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Popular Genuine Ford Ranger Parts

  • Shock Absorber

    Ford Ranger
    Shock Absorber

  • Seat Belt

    Ford Ranger
    Seat Belt

  • Windshield Wiper

    Ford Ranger
    Windshield Wiper

  • Ignition Switch

    Ford Ranger
    Ignition Switch

  • Fuel Pump

    Ford Ranger
    Fuel Pump

  • Instrument Cluster

    Ford Ranger
    Instrument Cluster

  • Headlight

    Ford Ranger

  • Spark Plug

    Ford Ranger
    Spark Plug

  • Steering Wheel

    Ford Ranger
    Steering Wheel

  • Oil Filter

    Ford Ranger
    Oil Filter

  • Oxygen Sensor

    Ford Ranger
    Oxygen Sensor

  • Wheel Cover

    Ford Ranger
    Wheel Cover

  • Door Handle

    Ford Ranger
    Door Handle

  • Engine Control Module

    Ford Ranger
    Engine Control Module

  • Speedometer Cable

    Ford Ranger
    Speedometer Cable

  • Power Steering Pump

    Ford Ranger
    Power Steering Pump

  • Brake Disc

    Ford Ranger
    Brake Disc

  • Water Pump

    Ford Ranger
    Water Pump

  • Fog Light Bulb

    Ford Ranger
    Fog Light Bulb

  • Door Lock

    Ford Ranger
    Door Lock

About Ford Ranger

Ford Ranger, as a compact pickup truck, was produced by the great American multinational automaker Ford Motor Company from 198 to 2011 for North America. When the first Ford Ranger was introduced in 1982 for the 1983 model year to substitute the Ford Courier, it had been the best-selling compact truck in the United States from 1987 to 2004. Though being manufactured through about three generations, Ford Ranger did well in safety and had received a great grade in the crash test conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
The second-generation Ford Ranger (1993-1997) featured mild restyling, flush-mounted door glass, wider door, and slight fender flares. It was offered in Splash trim level in several colors and compact and extended cab configurations. Back then, Ford Ranger was powered by 2.3 L OHC inline 4-cylinder, 3.0 L Vulcan V6 and 4.0 L Cologne V6 engines mated to 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions. Then the third-generation Ford Ranger (1998-2012) got a major update. XLT, XL, Sport, Ford Ranger EV trim levels in the compact, regular and extended supercab configurations were available. It then got new 2.5 L OHC inline 4-cylinder gasoline engine and 4.0 L SOHC V6 gasoline engine besides engines carried over from the previous generation, and all these engines were paired to a 5-speed manual or automatic as well as a 4-speed automatic transmission.

Ford Ranger Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As a compact pickup truck like Ford Ranger, it has to undertake the responsibility of hauling or loading heavy goods for long distance. After a period of time, some problems would inevitably pop out:
First, rough shifting, overdrive light flashing on and off as well as suspension failure. At the car repair statistics site, transmission failure is the top complained issue about Ford Ranger. Besides the difficulty shifting gears, you can sense the transmission failure from jumping in and out of four-wheel drive as well, which could be attributed to faulty Ranger transfer case and transfer case seal. As for suspension failure in Ford Ranger, if the vehicle handing becomes sluggish and you could hear rattling or squeaking noises from underneath the car, you can go to the torsion bar directly.
Second, engine issues. Although any regular vehicle would meet engine issues eventually, in Ford Ranger, people found engine issues appear when the vehicle reached about 40,000 miles. Specific symptoms of this problem in Ford Ranger include engine running roughly, misfiring or even hard starting, then engine performance reduced so that loss of power when acceleration and poor fuel economy arise. Once the Check Engine Light in your Ford Ranger is activated and it is suffering from these symptoms, you are highly recommended to inspect the spark plug, oxygen sensor, throttle cable, EGR valve gasket and spark plug wires thoroughly now.
You need to spare more efforts in maintaining your Ford Ranger if you want it to extend its life expectancy. First of all, you should be clearly aware of what parts need routine maintenance. Ranger headlight seems useless in the day, but in the early morning or dark night, it plays an important role in offering excellent visibility. Furthermore, it could act as a warning light to others on the road of your presence in case that fatal accident happens. The door handle is designed to help passengers enter or exit from the vehicle more conveniently, in case you may get yourself stuck in the vehicle, please replace it in time and maintain it on a regular basis.
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