Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 05-04-2013
ing hardware supplied with the skid plate. 4. Take away the jack stands from underneath the Ranger’s engine. Elevate the Ranger off the opposite two jack stands. Move the stands apart and lower the Ranger to the ground. 5. Transfer the wheel chocks away from the Ranger’s again tire before driving….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 26-06-2012
ghten the nuts onto the bolts with a socket set. 4. Move the jack stands to the best side of the 1999 Ford Ranger and repeat the primary three steps to install the precise Westin Nerf Bar. Take away the jack stands when done. 5. Use care when setting the Nerf Bars on the jack stands so you do not mar the Nerf Bars’ end on the rough heads of the stands….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 19-02-2012
…body lift pucks onto the manufacturing unit bushings. 4. Slide the body lift pucks into position on prime of the factory bushings. Do not remove the factory bushings. Lower the vehicle body onto the newly put in carry pucks. 5. Install the new bolts into place and tighten them utilizing a ratchet and socket. Confirm that all six bolts are tight. Re-set up the bumper, fan, and shroud utilizing a socket and ratchet. Ford Ranger Bed Portion of the…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 28-04-2013
nts under the hood. This consists of the starter, which is attached to the transmission bell-housing. 4. Disconnect the drive-shaft and the hose for the hydraulic slave cylinder. 5. Use a jack to raise one side of your truck. 6. Utilizing a metric socket set, undo the transmission cross-member and bolts, which is able to help you remove the transmission from your Ranger. 7. Take away the strain plate and the worn clutch disk. 8. Inspect the clutc…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 17-11-2012
d on the body based on the widths of the frame and tow bar. 4. Clamp the tow bar to the car frame and align the bar to your drill hole markings. 5. Drill the holes in the body, using the position of the tow bar as a template. 6. Insert the mounting bolts and tighten them with a wrench. 7. Connect the safety cable and security chains; these must be included with the tow bar. While searching for a tow bar, verify the product specs to be sure that t…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 25-04-2013
s into the wiring harness adapter lead connectors. Plug the wiring harness adapter leads into the shops on the rear panel of the new stereo. Plug the antenna cable lead into the FM antenna outlet on the again of the new unit. 6. Slide all the stereo meeting into the dashboard stereo mounting dock. Press firmly on the outside of the trim panel that accommodates the newly installed stereo unit to snap it again into place within the dash. Return to…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 13-02-2012
…d the Ranger’s wiring by way of the back of the kit. Join the plastic wire binders to the wiring harness adapter. Join the wiring harness adapter to the new radio. Plug the Ford’s antenna wire into the new stereo. 6. Slide the new stereo into the installation package dock. The tabs on either aspect of the newly put in bracket (the set up equipment) will snap into place when the brand new radio is fully seated. 7. Place the negative ba…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 20-02-2012
e the Shock in position with a ratchet and socket. Remove the Shock from the Ranger. 5. Place the new shock into position. Connect it to the brackets utilizing the inventory bolts. Tighten the bolts with a ratchet and socket. 6. Repeat steps three by way of 5 to exchange the opposite front shock. 7. Reinstall the tires and lower the car to the ground. Ford Ranger Rear Shock Replacement Instructions 1. Loosen and remove the lug nuts on each tire w…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 05-11-2012
…ewdriver. 5. Reattach the door deal with cup, securing it by tightening the mounting screw with a Phillips screwdriver. Reattach the arm relaxation, securing it by tightening the mounting screws with the Phillips screwdriver. 6. Roll the window up and down to ensure that it is working properly….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 01-05-2013
…arter in position. Thread the mounting bolts back in by hand after which tighten them down with the socket set. Once again, don’t let the starter’s weight relaxation on the bolts until you tighten them down fully. 6. Bolt the starter wiring to the brand new starter using the socket set. 7. Climb out and decrease the Ranger off the jack stand utilizing the ground jack. Reconnect the damaging battery cable with the battery wrench….