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Only way to check the timing belt is to remove cover, When was last time belt was replaced, timing belt should be replaced every 50,000 miles, shound like that would be next thing to check

1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Sep 30, 2018


Hi..my name is Keith..and the 2 things that i know of...that will not let power go to the fuel pump is 1..the fuel pump relay being bad..or 2..that something has tripped the Inertia Switch...and it needs resetting..i hope this will help

1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Sep 30, 2018


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1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Mar 12, 2018


Check this throttle either it need cleaning or reprogramming or replacing
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1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Feb 02, 2018


Possibly your clutch master cylinder has gone bad-is leaking internally and unable to hold pressure. Open the bleeder valve on the slave cylinder and watch as someone stabs the clutch pedal down. fluid should spurt out in a goo0d stream.. This is not conclusive as it is still possible the master cylinder seal is bad and won't hold pressure as clutch is applied. I don't know of any way to test the master for internal leakage. but if you believe the clutch disc itself is not the problem from being worn so low it slips badly, then it could be the master cylinder.

1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Dec 27, 2017


Here's a long answer. It could be 100 things. But if your wobble is showing up at low speeds, look at the tread on the tires. Does it snake back and forth? If so you have a belt separation in the tire. If it's not a tire, you may have a suspension part that's bad. Or, more than one. Control arms, ball joints, tie rods, (inner and outer), bushings, and wheel bearings, and any one of them could be waiting to send you into the ditch, or worse. Many garages will give you a free check of your major components. Try them. If you can't or won't, jack up your truck so one wheel is in the air, grab the front tire with one hand at 9 o'clock and the other at 3 o'clock. Wiggle the tire. A very little play, is probably ok, but if you have more than 1 inch of movement, you probably have a bad wheel bearing or a ball joint or control arm. Now grab the tire from top and bottom. Try to move the tire up or down. You should have NO play, at all. Any movement is bad, probably a ball joint, but it still could be a bearing. When you're driving, if your steering wheel is wobbling side to side, it's a front wheel problem. If you just feel the wobble in your seat, it's a rear wheel problem. Don't let the problem keep getting worse. If you put used tires on, it's probably a tire. That, you can fix. Anything else I've mentioned, you can't fix without some very expensive tools, and an alignment machine. Good luck.

1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Nov 01, 2017


check your actuator
check for a blocked cabin filter before the fan

1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Oct 14, 2017


You most likely have a vacuum leak. Look for a loose vacuum hose that didn't get replaced after last service. Find the source of the hiss and you'll find the leak. Read this post on some tips:
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Diagnose squeaks creaks and squeals

1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Oct 11, 2017


Computer is keeping the engine in cold start mode because of a faulty temperature sensor.

1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Aug 25, 2017


Do you still have the old switch and are you sure that the hitch pin is in place holding the switch in the right position there might have been a nylon bushing on the brake pedal shaft that's missing if you press the pedal while looking at the switch and it partially moves this is the problem that switch is not to move and the rod should press in the switches plunger which activates the lights I'm going to try to find a photo watch for the next post

1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Apr 24, 2017


In the fuse panel, 20A FUSE 15, 15A FUSE 10, and 15A FUSE 7 are applicable to ABS. No maxi identified.

1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Feb 07, 2017


Diane, There are 2 separate flashers on your vehicle, one is for the emergency/4 way lights and one flasher is for the signal lights. It may be worth the couple bucks and replacing the signal flasher as a first step. Recheck bulbs/sockets, fuses/relays, flasher. If all looks good possible signal switch is bad. Remove switch and try to clean contacts or replace switch. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Aug 20, 2016


try looking on the manifold

1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Jun 03, 2016


To start, why did you replace the starter? Was it bad? Did you have it checked? Is the new one good? And what is the battery reading in Volts? Does it click at all, crank at all? Did you check the fusible link? Follow the hot wire from the battery to the link, a giant fuse type thing, check it out. Is the ground wire from the battery bolted to the frame or body, and engine? Is the starter connected right? Are the terminals on the battery posts squeaky clean? they have to be or it won't do anything. Check the electrolyte fluid and see what the gravity of each cell is. The battery with one weak cell is a dead duck. The voltage should be at 13.5 at all times. The posts have got to be clean and tight, the starter should at least click. Do you have an anti-theft device somewhere in there you forgot about? Check it out. Hope this helps.

1994 Ford Ranger... | Answered on May 19, 2016

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