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How to Check rear diff on a 1995 Ford Ranger ?

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You need to locate the pipe plug on the center portion of rear axle assembly (it will either be a square protrusion which can be removed with a 5/8 open end wrench or a square depression which can be removed with the square end of a 3/8 ratchet with a short extension). After removing the plug you stick your finger in the hole to the first index & you should feel fluid on the tip of you finger, (or when you remove plug fluid will run out indicating it is full)

Posted on Jan 23, 2019

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SOURCE: 1995 Ford Ranger ( engine light ) and stuff need help plz

if your obd2 scanner fits the connection you have obd2, obd1 connector is way differnt.

your code p1443
Control System
Canister Purge
Valve (Mechanical)
Malfunction
Monitors the fuel vapor
flow between the
engine intake manifold
and the EVAP
canister. The system
failure occurs when a
leak or blockage
between the intake
manifold, the EVAP
canister purge valve
and the EVAP canister
is detected by the
PCM.
l Pinched, blocked or
plugged fuel vapor
tubes/hoses (except
between fuel tank and
EVAP canister)
l Damaged EVAP
canister
l Disconnected, cracked
or cut fuel vapor
tubes/hoses (except
between fuel tank and
EVAP canister)
l Damaged EVAP
canister purge valve
Check for audible vacuum
noise in the engine
compartment or significant
fuel odor in the engine
compartment or near the
EVAP canister.

This link has all the codes you need.
http://rockledge.home.comcast.net/~rockledge/RangerPictureGallery/DTCs.pdf

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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SOURCE: leak at rear diff (pinion seal?) 03 4X4 ford ranger

the part is called the pinion flange seal, pull the drive shaft, remove the large nut on the flange the drive shaft connects to and remove the flange, then pry out the old seal and lube the lip of the new seal with motor oil and press it into the opening. The 7.5 hour estimate is way wrong, about 1.5 hours labor and $4 for the part.

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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SOURCE: How to time a 2.3 1995 ford ranger

you have to loosen the tension bolt on the distributor and turn it left or right a few degrees while using a timing gun. stop adjusting after the line on the harmonic balancer lines up with the 0 peg. On a side note, being you have a 95 the ecm may control the timing on your vehicle, if it does and your timing is still off your ecm could be bad.

Posted on Dec 27, 2009

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SOURCE: what differential fluid goes into rear diff on

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