The metal bracket between the top of the rubber mount and the engine block. I posted on Carparts.Com and got basic spam replies. I'll check again Friday. Thanks for the info. Worst case scenario I'll take the pieces into one of our better welding shops and see if they can do anything with it.
Also try pulling the fuel pump relay and cranking it. If it tries to run or pops you could have a leaking fuel injector. If so unplug the injectors one at a time and if the engine runs, that's the bad one.
If your battery has water caps you can test each cell by placing the positive lead tip into the acid the negative to ground. Look for a balance in the readings cell to cell. A dead cell will be lower or zero volts.
I have been wanting to add a resonator extending the exhaust outlet to the back bumper to get rid of that irritating poof poof sound I can hear thru the rear window. But I don't think there's enough space to keep the heat from the resonator from burning up the spare tire.
I have purchased 3 tools from this company for servicing the timing belt and seals on my ranger. They are excellent quality and at a fair price.
The axle tool in this link is for Merkurs not Rangers.
They all are on Amazon as well.
I have a 94 2300/5 speed. With 230,000+ miles it still has the oem water pump and the engine has never been opened. The engine electronics are starting to show their age and I have started to replace them. With my Ranger the only problems I have had is the rear axle got noisy at 90,000 miles. I...