small-list-digest Tuesday, August 18 1998 Volume 02 : Number 232



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In this issue:

FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires
Re: FTE Small - 2000 RPM revisited
FTE Small - 98 - found my coolant...
Re: FTE Small - Re: Ranger SOHC Questions
Re: FTE Small - 98 - found my coolant...
Re: FTE Small - 98 - found my coolant...
Re: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires
FTE Small - My surplus small truck sales brochures for sale
Re: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires
FTE Small - Re: FTE Small- Rear Antilock
FTE Small - 4.0
Re: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires
Re: FTE Small - 4.0
Re: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires
FTE Small - Four wheeling trip
Re: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires
Re: FTE Small - Four wheeling trip
Re: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires
Re: FTE Small - 2000 RPM revisited
Re: FTE Small - Four wheeling trip
FTE Small - tune ups and things
FTE Small - 4x4 transformation..
Re: FTE Small - tune ups and things
FTE Small - ADMIN: Truck Driving Schools
Re: FTE Small - 4x4 transformation..
Re: FTE Small - tune ups and things
Re: FTE Small - 4x4 transformation..
Re: FTE Small - tune ups and things

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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 08:58:19 -0500
From: "John L. Winkler"
Subject: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires

Hi -

This weekend, I was all set to put a new set of plugs
and wires on the old blue (93) Explorer. On the driver's
side of the engine, everything looked fine, but when I
went to look over at the passenger side ... GREAT GOOGALY
MOOGALY! I _know_ my hands wouldn't fit into the space
to reach the plugs, much less a socket.

Can anyone post how this operation should be done?

Thanks,

JLW
jwinkler tivoli.com
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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 06:57:20 -0700 (PDT)
From: Bill Ciocco
Subject: Re: FTE Small - 2000 RPM revisited

Check your plug wires.




- ---SFBurke51 aol.com wrote:
>
> This is my second attempt. No response the first time, but now I
might have
> additional info.
> 1989 Ranger, 2.3 - 4cyl w/ 8 plugs, 5 speed
> The first post mentioned a severe stuttering and actual loss of
speed in the
> vicinity of 2000 rpm with even just a little push on the gas. It'll
cruise
> but even the slightest hill (I'm in Florida) causes problems. It's
still
> intermittent but getting more pronounced and a wider range(
1700-2300 RPM).
> No "Check Engine" light. Previous friend/mechanic, who I thought was
> brilliant, told me to:
> 1. Run a gas treatment w/ super unleaded for a couple of tanks.
> 2. Change the gas filter.
> 3. Disconnect the battery for a while so the computer can learn a
new
> setting. ( I did this 4 times.)
> 4. If above failed, change my shifting to higher revs and avoid
the problem
> 'cause he didn't have a clue.
>
> I ended up with # 4 but it's very uncomfortable to me to run at the
revs I
> need to avoid the problem in some gears. The new mechanic says it
"might"
> have to do with the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS). Great! I was
raised on
> regular carburated engines so all this computer stuff beats the heck
out of
> me. Am I beyond the help of doing it myself or does any of this
make sense to
> somebody out there? So far I haven't bought a computer reader but
that looks
> like my next step.
>
> Any help?
>
> Thanks ahead of time
>
> Steve
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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 10:03:14 -0400
From: qzl0st tpc.natp.gmeds.com (EI - Michael Ioco)
Subject: FTE Small - 98 - found my coolant...

I figured out where my radiator coolant is going. Out through a cracked
radiator!

After THREE days at the dealer, she came back out with a brand new radiator.

How does this happen? Got me.



Mike in Michigan

98 Ranger SC 4x4 ORP 4.0

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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 07:59:40 -0800
From: Thom Cheney
Subject: Re: FTE Small - Re: Ranger SOHC Questions

Jim Bielecki wrote:

> It's not quite as easy as that. While I don't know the specifics, I'd wager
> that a lot of the parts used in this engine are produced by outside
> contactors and not by Ford. This means renogotiating contracts with these
> vendors to produce more of these parts which, unfortunately, takes time. I
> too want to see the 4.0 SOHC in the Ranger ASAP.

So you're saying that Ford won't go to it's suppliers and say "look,
these things are selling like hotcakes.. let's step up production & we
can all make some more money here." I don't buy it. If they had to,
they could put SOHC's in everything. I think my original post hits the
mark... they are #1... why try harder? When sales slip to #2 you watch
how quickly the Ranger gets an update.

TC


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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 09:06:17 -0800
From: Thom Cheney
Subject: Re: FTE Small - 98 - found my coolant...

EI - Michael Ioco wrote:
>
> I figured out where my radiator coolant is going. Out through a cracked
> radiator!
>
> After THREE days at the dealer, she came back out with a brand new radiator.
>
> How does this happen? Got me.
>
> Mike in Michigan
>


On my last truck the rad. developed a small leak on one of the top
welds. The radiator guy said that at the factory they were very frugal
with the solder. Was your crack at a weld or just somewhere in the
middle?


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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 13:08:46 -0400
From: qzl0st tpc.natp.gmeds.com (EI - Michael Ioco)
Subject: Re: FTE Small - 98 - found my coolant...

> From owner-small-list ford-trucks.com Mon Aug 17 13:04 EDT 1998
> Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 09:06:17 -0800
> From: Thom Cheney
> To: small-list ford-trucks.com
> Subject: Re: FTE Small - 98 - found my coolant...
>
> EI - Michael Ioco wrote:
> >
> > I figured out where my radiator coolant is going. Out through a cracked
> > radiator!
> >
> > After THREE days at the dealer, she came back out with a brand new radiator.
> >
> > How does this happen? Got me.
> >
> > Mike in Michigan
> >
>
>
> On my last truck the rad. developed a small leak on one of the top
> welds. The radiator guy said that at the factory they were very frugal
> with the solder. Was your crack at a weld or just somewhere in the
> middle?
>
>
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I'm not sure of the location. The morons who work the service counter are
useless....
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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 21:02:59 +0200
From: "todd and mignon"
Subject: Re: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires

I encountered the same problem in my 94 Explorer and my best advice is to
plan to spend about 3-4 hours doing it yourself or taking it to a Ford
dealer and paying premium price. It is possible to fit a socket in there,
it just takes some patience and ability to wiggle the socket in there. My
advice would be to use good plugs (bosch platinum) and buy a set of good
plug wires (accel or jacobs) so you don't have to do it again in the
future.

- ----------
> From: John L. Winkler
> To: small-list ford-trucks.com
> Subject: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires
> Date: Monday, August 17, 1998 3:58 PM
>
> Hi -
>
> This weekend, I was all set to put a new set of plugs
> and wires on the old blue (93) Explorer. On the driver's
> side of the engine, everything looked fine, but when I
> went to look over at the passenger side ... GREAT GOOGALY
> MOOGALY! I _know_ my hands wouldn't fit into the space
> to reach the plugs, much less a socket.
>
> Can anyone post how this operation should be done?
>
> Thanks,
>
> JLW
> jwinkler tivoli.com
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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 15:42:11 -0500
From: cain julian.uwo.ca
Subject: FTE Small - My surplus small truck sales brochures for sale

My surplus Ford small trucks sales brochures for sale.

The brochures listed below are from a large group that I bought and are
duplicates in my collection. I am trying to sell them to recoup my costs.
They are for the US market unless indicated otherwise. The title on the
front cover is in "quotes".

If you are interested in anything email me and I can hold it. Do not send
any money until I get back to you since there's only 1 of most of these. I
can hold items until you send a check (personal US$ checks OK.) Prices
include surface shipping. Sorry, this is not a commercial thing, so I
cannot deal with any credit cards. I can cash US$ checks in Canada, so
that's easiest for me (and you too, probably).

Unless described otherwise, all of them are color catalogs and are in
excellent or new condition. If you do not like anything, or if it's not
what you need for your truck, you are welcome to a refund no questions
asked (less my postage costs) if you send it back.

Folder = a sheet of paper printed on both sides and folded to form a
minimum of 4 pages (sides), with no staples. Catalog = stapled and opens
like a booklet; minimum of 8 individual pages (sides).

Peter Cain
813 Talbot St.
London, Ontario
N6A 2V7 CANADA

cain julian.uwo.ca
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1966 "Ford Trucks and All-Purpose vehicles", 8 pages. Shows the whole line
from the Ranchero, Pickup and Econoline to the H-series highway tractors.
$10

1967 "Ford Trucks and All-Purpose Utility Vehicles", 8 pages. $10

1968 "Ranchero by Ford/Ranchero/Ranchero 500/Ranchero GT" color folder, 6
pages.
$10

1974 "Ford Ranchero" color folder, 6 pages, Canadian market. $8

1977 "Ford Bronco"color folder, 4 pages, Canadian market. $5

1977 "Ford 4-wheel drives" color folder, 6 pages, Bronco/150/250. Canadian
market. $5

1977 "Ford Ranchero" color folder, 6 pages, Canadian market. $8

1977 "Ford Courier The Gutsy Little Truck" color folder, 4 pages, Canadian
market. $5

1979 "Ford Bronco", 8 pages. $8

1980 "Ford 4-Wheeler", 8 pages. Shows the 4-WD pickups and the new Bronco
on the
back page. $8

1980 "Ford Bronco", 8 pages. Shows all Bronco models. $8

1981 "Ford Bronco", 8 pages. Shows all Bronco models. $8

1983 "Ford Recreation Vehicles", 20 pages. $9

1983 "Ford Bronco II", large, 12 pages. $8

1984 "Ford Bronco", 16 pages, $8

1985 "Ford Bronco II", 20 pages. $9

1986 "Ford Bronco II", 16 pages. $8

1988 "Ford Bronco", 16 pages. $8

1989 "Ford Bronco II", 16 pages. $8

1993 "Ford Trucks", 8 pages. Covers Ranger/F-series/Explorer/Bronco/Club
Wagon/Econoline/Aerostar. $6

1996 "Ford Explorer", 20 pages. $5

[end]


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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 16:00:35 -0400
From: "Russ Parker"
Subject: Re: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires

>> This weekend, I was all set to put a new set of plugs
>> and wires on the old blue (93) Explorer. On the driver's
>> side of the engine, everything looked fine, but when I
>> went to look over at the passenger side ... GREAT GOOGALY
>> MOOGALY! I _know_ my hands wouldn't fit into the space
>> to reach the plugs, much less a socket.
>>
>> Can anyone post how this operation should be done?


Which engine?

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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 19:09:04 EDT
From: SFBurke51 aol.com
Subject: FTE Small - Re: FTE Small- Rear Antilock

If it's supposed to turn on at 100K miles then my '89 Ranger is about 23,000
miles behind. It always comes on when I first start up but then it disappears
after a couple of seconds. As I said I've got 123,000 on my Ranger and no
problem with that light.

Steve
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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 19:28:10 +0000
From: Garr&Pam
Subject: FTE Small - 4.0

There is a article in the October issue of Truckin magazine on 4.0L hop
ups. Just thought you might be interested. 4.0L performance is the name
of company who builds the products!
They installed headers, 63 mm throttle body, and 73mm mass air meter,
superchip, and a conical K&N air filter, accel sparkplug wires.
160
225 (STOCK)

210 (after above mentioned mods)
up 30% did not give a torque figure
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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 20:13:46 EDT
From: Ding060297 aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires

Carefully and by using a lot of extensions and swivels ......you can do it
there is no real secret to this just squeeze in there and get it over
with..........ding0602697 aol.com
I had the same truck a 92 explorer eddie bauer......only red...good truck
any other question email me maybe i can help........there is a few little
things to that truck that boggle the mechanics.........
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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 20:18:31 EDT
From: Ding060297 aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE Small - 4.0

Has anyone found any magazines articles on the 5.0 v8 that have upgrades on
performance parts...............
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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 20:47:55 EDT
From: MindEfx aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires

Flag down the snap-on truck as he is cruising around. Ask for the dual
universal spark plug socket. It is the best spark plug socket made in my
opinion...it will set you back about $40 but it will last forever and it will
fit practicaly any other cars you may have.

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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 20:57:45 EDT
From: KLESNANSKY aol.com
Subject: FTE Small - Four wheeling trip

First time I have posted in a long time, just wanted to tell all of my
little trip to the mountains for a good time. We went to a place called Kelly
Flats, just west of Fort Collins, CO. Within a couple of mile in the leaders
truck bent his tie rod, a Nissan hardbody, next I broke a leaf spring that
turned into the rear tire blowing that out. Good thing the leader knew his
stuff and fixed the leaf with bailing wire and zip ties. Did a quick change of
tires, lesson keep a full size spare handy! The next damage was done to a
CJ-7 when he bent both front shackles. Hitting a buried rock under some
smelly goo. On the same part of the trail the lifted ranger smashed both of
his Lund running boards. I was lucky for learning where to go and just walked
up the goo. The Last CJ-5, first time out in it, put his fan thru the
radiator. Finished for the night! Next morning the lifted ranger towed the
CJ-5 back out. I tried to roll my stock ranger, luckily I just got some light
rocker panel damage. The rest of the trip out was pretty uneventful. Finally
back out on the highway the Nissan guy drove his truck home with the bent tie
rod, we knew this guy was a little crazy. Home was over 100 miles away! The
lifted Ranger towed the CJ-5 home and the CJ-7 and myself took a nice slow
ride behind them just watching to make sure. What a good weekend trip!!
But brings up my question how hard is it to change a leaf spring? Any special
tools? I already have the new ones. They will give me a rough two inches of
lift in the back.
Sorry for such a long story Just had to tell ya all how great the Ranger is in
Stock form let alone if anything else was done to it!
Ken
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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 21:19:26 -0400 (EDT)
From: tarmy webtv.net (tommy oslick jr)
Subject: Re: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires

you remove the spark plugs from under neath the vehicle

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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 18:36:14 -0700
From: KDRESSEL
Subject: Re: FTE Small - Four wheeling trip

When My friends and I did a spring over a few weeks ago on a jeep all we
did was support the truck from the framewith kack stands. We then
unbolted the axle using the floor jack to support it. Once the axle is
loose lower but watck the break line. Then unbolt the old leave and
bolt the new one in. We found it easier to put the spring to shacle in
second. Then bolt it all back together. It was also easier to do one
side at a time. Helps make every thing line up easier. Good luck.

Matt Dresselhaus
1986 ranger 4x4

KLESNANSKY aol.com wrote:
>
> First time I have posted in a long time, just wanted to tell all of my
> little trip to the mountains for a good time. We went to a place called Kelly
> Flats, just west of Fort Collins, CO. Within a couple of mile in the leaders
> truck bent his tie rod, a Nissan hardbody, next I broke a leaf spring that
> turned into the rear tire blowing that out. Good thing the leader knew his
> stuff and fixed the leaf with bailing wire and zip ties. Did a quick change of
> tires, lesson keep a full size spare handy! The next damage was done to a
> CJ-7 when he bent both front shackles. Hitting a buried rock under some
> smelly goo. On the same part of the trail the lifted ranger smashed both of
> his Lund running boards. I was lucky for learning where to go and just walked
> up the goo. The Last CJ-5, first time out in it, put his fan thru the
> radiator. Finished for the night! Next morning the lifted ranger towed the
> CJ-5 back out. I tried to roll my stock ranger, luckily I just got some light
> rocker panel damage. The rest of the trip out was pretty uneventful. Finally
> back out on the highway the Nissan guy drove his truck home with the bent tie
> rod, we knew this guy was a little crazy. Home was over 100 miles away! The
> lifted Ranger towed the CJ-5 home and the CJ-7 and myself took a nice slow
> ride behind them just watching to make sure. What a good weekend trip!!
> But brings up my question how hard is it to change a leaf spring? Any special
> tools? I already have the new ones. They will give me a rough two inches of
> lift in the back.
> Sorry for such a long story Just had to tell ya all how great the Ranger is in
> Stock form let alone if anything else was done to it!
> Ken
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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 21:21:39 -0400 (EDT)
From: tarmy webtv.net (tommy oslick jr)
Subject: Re: FTE Small - changing Explorer spark plugs and wires

if you call $51.97 for a tune up expensive. hey pal this is the 90's
don't be tight

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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 21:23:01 -0400 (EDT)
From: tarmy webtv.net (tommy oslick jr)
Subject: Re: FTE Small - 2000 RPM revisited

TAKE IT TO A FORD DEALER!!!!!!

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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 22:20:01 -0400
From: "Russ Parker"
Subject: Re: FTE Small - Four wheeling trip

Before you start do yourself a favor. If your
using used rear springs go buy a heavy duty center
pin and put it in now. Also buy new U-Bolts. If
you've even thought about using the old ones slap
yourself. If the thought enters your mind again
slap yourself twice. Poly bushings in the eyelets
are a nice upgrade too!

Jack up the back end. Put jackstands under the
frame. Let the jack down slightly to unload the
springs, then unbolt the U-Bolts, I usually dont
bother unbolting them I just cut them with a
cut-off wheel. Lower the jack more to get the axle
out of the way. Take the old spring out.

When putting them back together I usually put the
back bolt in first then the front. Dont torque
them until the truck is back on he ground. Use the
jack to put the axle back in place. Line the
center pin up with the axle pad then put your new
U-bolts back on. I believe the torque spec is 80#
but you should consult a manual.

Repeat for the other side.

Drop the truck and crawl under and torque the
spring bolts. Check your torque settings after 100
miles.

- -Russ

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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 22:35:37 -0400
From: "Russ Parker"
Subject: FTE Small - tune ups and things

TAKE IT TO A FORD DEALER!!!!!!

It's just as easy to unbolt the upper intake to
get to those plugs.

Aye Carumba! Chevy owners let dealers do their
tune ups!
- -Russ

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Date: Sun, 17 Aug 1997 22:10:57 -0500
From: ramblin-jack juno.com (Ryan Savage)
Subject: FTE Small - 4x4 transformation..

Now, I'm not the wisest when it comes to 4x4, but what would you have to
do to an '89 Ranger XLT to make it a 4x4? Like Frame adjustments, New
driveshaft, suspension? Any help on this matter would be greatly
appreciated. If you know, what would be the cost, also. Thanks

Ryan
Savage

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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 23:18:02 EDT
From: Ding060297 aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE Small - tune ups and things

You guys are making way to of this little tune up its only 4 plugs that are
a little hard to get to .......big deal bite the bullet squeeze your fat
little hands in there and get it over with already...........
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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 23:31:39 -0400
From: Ken Payne
Subject: FTE Small - ADMIN: Truck Driving Schools

Dear Ford Truck Enthusiasts list members:

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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 23:24:15 -0400
From: "Russ Parker"
Subject: Re: FTE Small - 4x4 transformation..

Tranny, Transfer case, Transfer case crossmember,
driveshafts, front axles and all the brackets,
springs, shock towers etc. If you live on the east
coast most of the brackets are riveted on, so you
gotta cut the rivets to get the stuff off. Use
grade 8 hardware for re-assembly. It's actually
not too bad of a job. Time consuming but not all
that hard. You'd have to strike up a deal with a
junkyard, but I dont think the price would be all
that bad. You would need the 4X4 rear springs
unless you wanted to just use an add-a-leaf in the
rear.

http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://geocities.com/Baja/Canyon/2457

- -Russ

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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 23:25:06 -0400
From: "Russ Parker"
Subject: Re: FTE Small - tune ups and things

I agree...I got big fat hands though so I would
just take the upper intake off.
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From: Ding060297 aol.com
To: small-list ford-trucks.com

Date: Monday, August 17, 1998 11:29 PM
Subject: Re: FTE Small - tune ups and things


> You guys are making way to of this little tune
up its only 4 plugs that are
>a little hard to get to .......big deal bite the
bullet squeeze your fat
>little hands in there and get it over with
already...........
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Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 23:34:09 EDT
From: Ding060297 aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE Small - 4x4 transformation..

It would probably be cheaper to by one with four wheel drive in it already
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