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  1. kernel-panic
    12-21-2009 06:11 AM - permalink
    kernel-panic
    It can, it has to be re-calibrated for the 2 extra cylinders:

    Ford Ranger V-8 Engine Swap
  2. Ranger92
    11-20-2009 04:36 AM - permalink
    Ranger92
    Can the original tach in a 1991 Ford Ranger V-6 be used with a V-8? If so,how?
  3. kernel-panic
    05-03-2009 10:25 AM - permalink
    kernel-panic
    2.9s have the high-impedance injectors, so if I remember right, they should be 14 ohms or so.
  4. brianh79
    05-02-2009 12:25 PM - permalink
    brianh79
    2.9 injector ohms?
  5. kernel-panic
    04-07-2009 04:39 AM - permalink
    kernel-panic
    EDIT: The three-pin connector has a common wire for the TCC lockup solenoid and the 3-4 shift solenoid on the later-model A4LDs. You will have to figure out the pin-out to wiring color for which wire is for what and then connect your transmission correctly. If you have the single-solenoid (TCC lockup only) A4LD, you'll have to connect a dummy relay or resistor (forget the rating) across the other wireset so the computer 'thinks' you have the 3-4 shift solenoid as well. I can't remember where I saw the specific info on this, might be on the TRS Tech Library
  6. kchemers
    04-06-2009 09:58 PM - permalink
    kchemers
    Hi, I installed an 88 A4DL in my 90 BroncoII, the 3-4 solenoid on the trans is a 2 pin and the male on the truck is a 3 pin, anyway to wire this so I will have drive and overdrive?
    Thanks, kchemers@hotmail.com

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    Bronco II
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    1987
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    -1987 Bronco II XLT 2.9L V-6 5-Spd 4x4 'xplorer coils & leafs, MT/R 30x9.50s, 2 1/2" cat-back
    -1989 Bronco II XLT 2.9L A4LD 4x4
    -2004 Toyota Tacoma Xtracab SR5 3.4L V-6 5-Spd 4WD (K&N air, all else is bone stock!)
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