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fordtrucks-small-digest Sunday, February 1 1998 Volume 02 : Number 033



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In this issue:

94 Ranger 4X4 question [Splash689 aol.com]
3.0L 4X4 mpg [Blest25913 aol.com]
Re: 94 Ranger 4X4 question [Andrew Webber ]
Re: 94 Ranger 4X4 question [thomas.panfili snet.net (Tom)]
Re: fordtrucks-small-digest V2 #31 ["Gary Snook" ]

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Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 14:12:36 EST
From: Splash689 aol.com
Subject: 94 Ranger 4X4 question

I have a 94 Ranger 4X4. My question is about the four wheel drive. I have
the push button system, and when it is in four wheel high, it is very hard to
turn, alsmost as if the tires are hitting something. I don;t believe that
they are hitting anything. Could it possibly be something with the gears
missing or something. If anyone knows what is wrong and how to correct it, it
would be appreciated.
Jared
Splash689 aol.com

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Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 14:53:06 EST
From: Blest25913 aol.com
Subject: 3.0L 4X4 mpg

In a message dated 1/31/98 6:54:06 AM, you wrote:


Subject: Re: 3.0L 4X4 gas mileage

My 98 3.0L 4X4 automatic is getting about 15 in town and 18 on the highway
without a cap. Is yours a manual or automatic?
>>

Diana--
Mine is an automatic. It has 57K miles on it, and has never got as low as 15
mpg. Not even in the winter with a stormy head wind. Got 17 mpg that day. It
was about -10 degrees F. Also, mine is a '96, extended cab.
Ron Trampe

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Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 15:13:06 -0500
From: Andrew Webber
Subject: Re: 94 Ranger 4X4 question

At 02:12 PM 31-01-1998 EST, you wrote:
>I have a 94 Ranger 4X4. My question is about the four wheel drive. I have
>the push button system, and when it is in four wheel high, it is very hard to
>turn, alsmost as if the tires are hitting something. I don;t believe that
>they are hitting anything. Could it possibly be something with the gears
>missing or something. If anyone knows what is wrong and how to correct
it, it
>would be appreciated.
>Jared
>Splash689 aol.com

I have a 91 Explorer 4x4 but I don't think there's a difference.

Are you experiencing this on bare pavement? If so, that's the problem: you
can't use this system on bare pavement. If this is on snow or ice, or
off-road, I'll step aside in favour of those who know the Ranger better.


andrew
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Andrew Webber [awebber sgml-mercs.com]
SGML Mercenaries
"Since 1990"
P.O. Box 8676, Station T, Ottawa, Ontario K1G 3J1
613-523-3699 / Fax 613-523-6893

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Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 21:27:47 GMT
From: thomas.panfili snet.net (Tom)
Subject: Re: 94 Ranger 4X4 question

I have a 94splash 4x4 4.0 standard,and it does the same thing on dry
,hard surfaces. Get it in the mud and it Kicks $$.....Love it
On Sat, 31 Jan 1998 14:12:36 EST, you wrote:

>I have a 94 Ranger 4X4. My question is about the four wheel drive. I have
>the push button system, and when it is in four wheel high, it is very hard to
>turn, alsmost as if the tires are hitting something. I don;t believe that
>they are hitting anything. Could it possibly be something with the gears
>missing or something. If anyone knows what is wrong and how to correct it, it
>would be appreciated.
>Jared
>Splash689 aol.com
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Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 05:51:20 -0600
From: "Gary Snook"
Subject: Re: fordtrucks-small-digest V2 #31

The light is gone from my 97 Aerostar also. I know Josh on this list works
for Ford, and maybe he could pass on to the powers that be the
dissatifaction customers (US) with little things like removing a light that
is NEEDED to check the oil in the typical garage! The funny part - it
appears the wiring harnes still contains the connector, but it appears to be
a little different than my 94 Ranger's. Does anyone out there know if I can
get a light from a later model vehicle that will fit my 97 Aerostar??

Thanks,
Gary


>> 2. What happened to the light that used to be under the hood? Is it
>> an
>> option now?

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