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2000 Ranger Fuse Panel


fyre82

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9" on the 2000, 6" on the '88
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265/75/16, 31x10.50x15
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2K Ranger XLT 4.0 4x supercab steppy,
I have some intermittent electrical issues that I have been working through.
I can't find a good inside fuse panel scheme for this rig. I found some in interwebz search but haven't been successful in specific diagrams.
My rig just happens to have a 06/00 build date, that makes this one of the first live axle Rangers. I'm not sure what 01 features were incorporated into the mid 00 build, if any.

Anyone have, or know where to find, the inside panel diagram for 00 and 01?

Thanks
Rich
 


RonD

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Get the owners manual for both years

Google: 2000 Ranger owners manual

Several Ranger sites have these in PDF which you can download, like here: http://www.fordrangerforum.com/general-ford-ranger-discussion/5955-ford-ranger-owners-manuals.html

Fuse panel layouts are in there.

2000 and 2001 did have a known issue regarding electrical connector below drivers seat.
TSB here: http://www.fordrangerforum.com/electrical-tech/16083-technical-service-bulletin-2000-2001-ranger-electrical-connector.html
 

fyre82

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Location
Lake Almanor, Ca.
Vehicle Year
1988/2000
Make / Model
Ford
Engine Size
2.9/4.0
2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
9" on the 2000, 6" on the '88
Tire Size
265/75/16, 31x10.50x15
My credo
The memories of a man in his old age are the deeds of a man in his prime
Thanks Ron, that info hit the spot.
Was able to trace some issues to a bad relay.
Thanks :icon_thumby:
Rich
 

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