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fordtrucks-small-digest Monday, February 2 1998 Volume 02 : Number 034



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In this issue:

Re: fordtrucks-small-digest V2 #32 ["Gary Snook" ]
Turning w/4X4 on [Blest25913aol.com]
Re: Rear-Anti-Lock light sending unit [ILuvTruksaol.com]

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Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 06:00:20 -0600
From: "Gary Snook"
Subject: Re: fordtrucks-small-digest V2 #32

Does anyone know how to get the Hi Beam indicator light out without pulling
the dash. Every Ford vehicle I have ever owned I have had to remove the
bulb and paint it black in order to drive long lonley nights with the Hi
beams on (The light seems to "bore" a hole in my eyes and goes straight to
the "Headache Nerve"). I again find my self in the position of night
travel, and am having this problem with my 94 Ranger.

Thanks for helping,
Gary

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Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 16:16:51 EST
From: Blest25913aol.com
Subject: Turning w/4X4 on

In a message dated 2/1/98 6:49:01 AM, you wrote:


Subject: 94 Ranger 4X4 question

I have a 94 Ranger 4X4. My question is about the four wheel drive. I have
the push button system, and when it is in four wheel high, it is very hard to
turn,>>

How sharp are you turning? My '96 (auto hubs{push-button}) works okay, but if
I have it on while I'm turning around on my gravel driveway the front wheels
will 'rachet'. That is because the front differential is a 'limited-slip'.
Also, as I'm sure you know, you should never try manuevers like the above on
dry asphalt or concrete.

Ron Trampe

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Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 16:45:50 EST
From: ILuvTruksaol.com
Subject: Re: Rear-Anti-Lock light sending unit

Pat,
The anti-lock computer is on the wall on the drivers side just behind the
drivers seat. There should be a cover over it just like the jack is on the
pass. side. If that's not what you're looking for, let me know so I can
figure out what you're asking. Hope I could help.
Clay

In a message dated 98-01-28 12:58:40 EST, you write:

> Hello,
> Can anyone tell me where the Rear-Anti-Lock warning light sending unit is
> located on an '87 Bronco II (V6 2.9 FI). My light has been on for years
and
> I
> would like to change the sending unit finally.
> Patrick

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