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Old 01-14-2006, 04:48 PM
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2000 Ranger Wiring Diagram

I've got a 2000 Trailhead Ranger, 3.0 engine, 2wd. I had major corrossion in connector c309, which is located under the driver's seat. This caused several codes, and no signal from the RABS sensor. Anyway, while taking care of this problem I must have reconnected some wires incorrectly. Does anyone have a diagram for this connector, or maybe what diagram I should ask for at the dealer? Thanks in advance.
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Welcome. The best I can do for you is this:

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The RD/PK (pin 17) and the LG/BK (pin 21) wires are for the rear ABS speed sensor.

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Thanks a lot guys. You wouldn't be able to get your hands on the diagram for the male half of the connector, would you?

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The wire colors are the same on the male side, the pins are switched side to side, pin 1 is pin 6 and 6 is 1.
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Oh, OK, thanks again guys
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