It's like it's an in between size. My Torx bits are either too big or too small. I tried to do a Google search but didn't dee anything in a cursory scan, that's why I posted here as there are more knowledgeable folks on this site.
I am disassembling the dash on my 1987 Ranger and I am removing the harnesses on the steering column (so I can remove the steering shaft to pull the cab off the frame), but I am not finding a torx bit size in my set to remove the main ignition harness, anyone know what gives?
Are they the same configuration? I found this quote "2.0 is an underbored 2.3, with the exception of the bore the blocks are identical to all 2.3" Can I use a header from a 2.3 on my 2.0? Sorry, newbie question I'm sure, but I have to ask.
In trying to remove the T55 bed bolts, 2 clips have broken. I shot them from below with Bolt Buster and let the set for a while before attempting to remove. Any one have a solution for removal? Thanks!
Dirtman, I have the 87 Ranger that the previous owner tried to put the 2.0 carb on a EFI motor. I found an 87 with EFI at a local salvage yard. What components would I need to get to put this motor back to EFI? Remember this is originally a carb 2.0 truck.
The accessories in the fuse box did read 12VDC when the key was switched on. But when running a wire from the battery and probing the positive on the coil it still didn't fire when starter fluid was shot in the carb. So I stopped at that point and need to research and pick the brains of...
I bought this off FB market place, not a lot of details. The body has four small rust spots, incredible for a KY vehicle. The sticker under the hood shows a carb layout. The original 2.0 was replaced with a 2.3. As stated before he took the plate off the block and put the mechanical fuel pump...
My Ranger is a carb model 1987, someone put in a 2.3 fuel injection motor. Took the plate off and put a mechanical fuel pump on. The problem I think is he may have used the distributor from the 2.0 for the vacuum advance. I am a neophyte and I am not sure where to start.