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Old 04-06-2008, 02:14 PM
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Might be looking at a 95 Ranger XLT

Spotted a '95 Ranger supercab XLT at the local used car lot. Sign in the window said it has the 4.0. Two wheel drive, looks very clean with 135,000 miles. Anything special to pay attention to if I go look at it?
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135k is quite a few miles for the 4.0, but if it runs strong it may be okay. I assume then that it has power windows and locks, therefore you want to be certain that all windows go all the way down and all the way back up without hanging (like my 94 does).

Other than that, there shouldn't be any other problem areas.

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Stan,

Thanks for the reply. I think i'm going to pass. They are asking way to much for it.
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