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  1. PNW Ranger

    What Model Transmission Do I Have?

    Thanks, much appreciated.
  2. PNW Ranger

    What Model Transmission Do I Have?

    1998 Ford Ranger XL with 3.0 Liter V6. 3-speed automatic transmission + overdrive. What model transmission do I have? Thanks PNW Ranger Alan C.
  3. PNW Ranger

    Oversize A/T Tire Experience

    Thanks for your reply. Can you provide more information about the transmission shift kit. Thanks again PNW Ranger Alan C.
  4. PNW Ranger

    Oversize A/T Tire Experience

    My Ranger is slow, that's for sure. According to my mechanic, the advantage of the 3.0 L V6 is that it will last forever.
  5. PNW Ranger

    Oversize A/T Tire Experience

    The real differential tag also says: '7 5'. And where my AAA credit card outweighed common sense, I had a Yukon Gear and Axle limited slip rear differential installed. PNW Ranger
  6. PNW Ranger

    Oversize A/T Tire Experience

    I checked the tag on the rear differential: 4 10
  7. PNW Ranger

    Oversize A/T Tire Experience

    I will confirm the 4:10 gears.
  8. PNW Ranger

    Oversize A/T Tire Experience

    Understood, that's why I posed the question to the forum. Thanks PNW Ranger I will confirm. PNW Ranger
  9. PNW Ranger

    Oversize A/T Tire Experience

    Gears are 4.10. Sometimes in wonder when I'm driving on the highway if the 3.0 L v6 might be happier with larger OD tires.
  10. PNW Ranger

    Oversize A/T Tire Experience

    I have a 1998 Ford Ranger XL, 4x4, automatic transmission, 3.0 Liter V6. It has the stock tire size 235-75R-15, Walmart specials. Just looking a the rig, it's obvious that the tires are undersized for the wheel wells. So I'm considering buying a set of bigger A/T tires, either 30x9.5R 15 or...
  11. PNW Ranger

    Error Code with Aftermarket Locking Hubs

    Yes, for the 1998 Ranger with an automatic transmission. Put the transmission into neutral, put foot on brake. The turn the knob from 4H to 4L.
  12. PNW Ranger

    Error Code with Aftermarket Locking Hubs

    4WD Low is controlled with a knob: 2H, 4H, 4L. It won't to into 4 Low. I don't think the aftermarket hubs themselves are the problem, but the circuitry associated the OEM PVH solenoid that allows the Ranger to go into 4 Low.
  13. PNW Ranger

    Error Code with Aftermarket Locking Hubs

    RonD: Thanks for your assistance. The reason my mechanic is diving into this issue is that my Ranger won't go into 4WD Low. See my earlier post on this issue. 4WD High is fine. So it's an obscure issue. I may never need to put the Ranger into 4WD Low, but at least I want it to work. Thanks again
  14. PNW Ranger

    Error Code with Aftermarket Locking Hubs

    The code the mechanic is getting is a P1832.
  15. PNW Ranger

    Error Code with Aftermarket Locking Hubs

    1998 Ford Ranger. I installed Mile Marker 426 manual locking hubs. My mechanic says the Ranger is unhappy with this upgrade, and is throwing an error code because it is looking for the OEM automatic vacuum locking hubs. And not finding them. Is there a work around for this? Thanks
  16. PNW Ranger

    1985 Eddie Bauer Bronco II

    Gordy: I don't know who is buying the 1st Gen Broncos now, but they have more free cash than I do. I think you're right in that the Bronco II is kind of cool in its own right, and affordable. It's also good looking, Ford got the styling right. Most of those 1st Gen Broncos are very basic (I...
  17. PNW Ranger

    1985 Eddie Bauer Bronco II

    Fantastic looking Bronco II! Welcome to the forum.
  18. PNW Ranger

    No A/C?

    Thanks, I've seen these Vintage Air units for sale on eBay, but no instructions on how to install. So I will check out their website.
  19. PNW Ranger

    No A/C?

    This is super cool (so to speak). My Ranger has almost no options except the 4x4 and automatic transmission. So this swamp cooler would be perfect.
  20. PNW Ranger

    No A/C?

    Yes, that is true. It's been a wet and cold spring here in Seattle. Heat and defrost works great on my Ranger, thankfully.

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