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small-list Digest Sun, 14 May 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 068

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Re: 2.3L 92 Ranger PCV Valve
About to pull my cylinder heads..
93 Exporer Trailer Lights

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From: "Will Brown" mindspring.com>
Date: Sun, 14 May 2000 10:44:02 -0400
Subject: Re: 2.3L 92 Ranger PCV Valve

I've been meaning to post - no time, etc.

On my '94, as the previous post said, near plug #4. I was going to
describe how to find it thusly:

Standing at the drivers side fender, looking at the side of the
engine, note the two intake runners coming down from the throttle
body. Just to the left of those runners is a hose, going vertically.
At about the height level of the fuel rail, there will appear about a 1"
discontinuity (a lump? Mine's grey, OEM) in the black hose. This
is the visible body portion of the PCV valve. As previously
mentioned it is inline with a hose, and not mounted on any engine
hard parts

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From: "Stephen Bozzone" rockzone.com>
Subject: About to pull my cylinder heads..
Date: Sun, 14 May 2000 17:39:44 -0400


It's either my heads or the gasket, but they need to be pulled and magnafluxed.

I'm going to do this myself. It's a big job for me, I've never really done anything like this before.

I know not to re-use the head bolts. I've got the chilton's manual.

Any real-world experience? Can I do it with simple tools? Anything that I should beware of? Anything I can really screw up?

oh, and it's a 88 2.9 bronco ii as seen http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://rockzone.com/mud/truck.shtml

Thanks!

Stephen Bozzone
Administrative Director - http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.rockzone.com
ICQ: 196843 / AIM: RudeSkam69
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From: Jenksmoe aol.com
Date: Sun, 14 May 2000 17:51:03 EDT
Subject: 93 Exporer Trailer Lights

I have no trailer lights and don't know what to check next. Any help would
be appreciated.

I know the trailer lights work on a different truck. All the fuses are good.
The 3' wiring harnes has good conductivity in all four wires. When it's
pluged in I hear the turn signal relays in the "jack storage compartment"
switching. The 7 pin connection and 4 pin connection are clean. I have no
voltage to the end of the 4 pin plug.
In the storage compartment most of the wires are different colors (not br,
gn, yw, wh). I have no wiring diagram.

How can I check the relays? Any other ideas?

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