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94 ford ranger zerk fittings

edwardhawkins37

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1994
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Ford Ranger XLT
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Hi! Does anyone happen to have a diagram should all the grease zerk fitting locations on a 1994 Ford Ranger?

Thank you.
 


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Take a look in the Tech Library... there are owners manuals there that will probably have that info.
 

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By 94 (and earlier) they were building vehicles with prelubed, nonservicable parts. Best thing is to get under there and look to see if a previous owner replaced things parts. Look at u-joints and steering/suspension bushings.
 

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I just thought of that too... the entire lubed for life thing...

But as stated... a lot of replacement parts have grease fittings. Just dive right in.
 

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IF there are any zirc fittings, look at the outer tie rod ends, upper ball joints, lower ball joints, and drive shaft u-joints. If the parts are factory original, the chances are next to zero that they had any.
 

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