small-list-digest Sunday, August 2 1998 Volume 02 : Number 215



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In this issue:

FTE Small - Re: Bronco II alarms
FTE Small - Re: Bronco II alarms
FTE Small - FYI: K&N FIPK / Ranger
FTE Small - EEC-IV KOEO Test Attn: Stephen Otero

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Date: Sat, 01 Aug 1998 07:56:51 -0700
From: fneal x-press.net
Subject: FTE Small - Re: Bronco II alarms

>>
>>Tim,
>
>According to the electrical manual for the 89 Ranger/Bronco II, there
>are three connections on the drivers side door jamb switch. The LG/Y
>lead has 12 volts all the time, the BK/LB is wired in parallel to the
>right side switch and is used to control the dome light and the third
>wire, R/PK is used to activate the warning buzzer if the key is left in
>the ignition with the door open. It sounds like your alarm might be
>wired to this lead if the alarm only goes off with the driver's side
>door is open. Try moving the alarm sensing lead to the BK/LB wire.
>
>Forrest
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Date: Sat, 1 Aug 1998 12:04:39 -0700
From: tim728 juno.com
Subject: FTE Small - Re: Bronco II alarms

Forrest,
I Just went and checked the wires and you were right, the alarm works
when either door or the hatch are opened now. Thanks for the help!
Tim

On Sat, 01 Aug 1998 07:56:51 -0700 fneal x-press.net writes:
>>>
>>>Tim,
>>
>>According to the electrical manual for the 89 Ranger/Bronco II, there
>>are three connections on the drivers side door jamb switch. The LG/Y
>>lead has 12 volts all the time, the BK/LB is wired in parallel to the
>>right side switch and is used to control the dome light and the third
>>wire, R/PK is used to activate the warning buzzer if the key is left
>in
>>the ignition with the door open. It sounds like your alarm might be
>>wired to this lead if the alarm only goes off with the driver's side
>>door is open. Try moving the alarm sensing lead to the BK/LB wire.
>>
>>Forrest
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>

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Date: Sat, 1 Aug 1998 13:00:57 -0700
From: "Sylvan Butler"
Subject: FTE Small - FYI: K&N FIPK / Ranger

I've seen requests several times concerning the K&N FIPK on a Ranger.

(The Filtercharger Injection Performance Kit, FIPK, replaces the
stock air box with an open, conical filter.)

By personal experience I know that K&N 57-2513 (1995 Explorer, 4.0L)
fits perfectly on a 1996 Ranger 4.0L. Expect to pay at least $148 for
maybe $75 worth of misc metal and rubber parts and a big K&N cone.

Of course, I recommend you not do this if it would be illegal in
your area.

sdb
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Date: Sat, 1 Aug 1998 18:34:41 -0400
From: "Anthony Rifici"
Subject: FTE Small - EEC-IV KOEO Test Attn: Stephen Otero

In mid-June you responded to my request for a Check Engine Light
procedure for retrieving trouble codes. I appreciate the response and have
just gotten around to performing the test. I can't get it to work.

I jumpered the Signal Return Pin on the big connector to the Self Test
Input on the small connector. The small connector has 2 pins and neither
your directions nor my Chiltons and Haynes manual could tell me which was
the Self Test Input pin.

My first question is: With the guide slot for the cap pointed down,
which side (of the slot) is the Self Test Input pin on?

Not knowing which one was not enough to stop me from trying any way. I
tried the test separately with each pin and the Check Engine Light would not
flash.

I followed the directions to the letter, for both pins on the small
connector, and could not get the Check Engine Light to flash.

What could I be doing wrong?

Thanks in advance,
Tony
94 Ranger Supercab, 4.0L, 5-Speed.

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