• Welcome Visitor! Please take a few seconds and Register for our forum. Even if you don't want to post, you can still 'Like' and react to posts.

BII/2nd Gen Ranger T-Case Question


ericbphoto

Overlander in development
TRS Event Staff
TRS Forum Moderator
Supporting Member
U.S. Military - Veteran
TRS 20th Anniversary
VAGABOND
TRS Event Participant
GMRS Radio License
TRS 25th Anniversary
Joined
Feb 7, 2016
Messages
15,613
Reaction score
17,175
Points
113
Age
59
Location
Wellford, SC
Vehicle Year
1993
Make / Model
Ford Ranger
Engine Type
3.0 V6
Engine Size
3.0L
Transmission
Manual
2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
6"
Tire Size
35"
My credo
In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are different.
Yes. I believe it does. I haven't seen mine outside of it's unnecessary "pretty" cover lately. But I think that looks right and the connectors look right.
 
Last edited:


DirtBronco

Member
Joined
Jul 28, 2020
Messages
67
Reaction score
25
Points
18
Location
Georgia
Vehicle Year
1989
Make / Model
Bronco II
Thanks! I guess all thats left is to get the correct electric t-case.
There's a '92 Explorer at my Pull-A-Part. It has a A4LD and 4WD
Will that case bolt up to my FM146?
 

DirtBronco

Member
Joined
Jul 28, 2020
Messages
67
Reaction score
25
Points
18
Location
Georgia
Vehicle Year
1989
Make / Model
Bronco II
I realize after about 5 minutes with the search bar that was a stupid question.

But look what I found!
53341


Now I'm really confused...
@SenorNoob, looks like you were right.
 

ericbphoto

Overlander in development
TRS Event Staff
TRS Forum Moderator
Supporting Member
U.S. Military - Veteran
TRS 20th Anniversary
VAGABOND
TRS Event Participant
GMRS Radio License
TRS 25th Anniversary
Joined
Feb 7, 2016
Messages
15,613
Reaction score
17,175
Points
113
Age
59
Location
Wellford, SC
Vehicle Year
1993
Make / Model
Ford Ranger
Engine Type
3.0 V6
Engine Size
3.0L
Transmission
Manual
2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
6"
Tire Size
35"
My credo
In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are different.
I do believe some hackery has been done. You DO have an electric t-case and the controller. Now, all you have to do is get it working.
 

SenorNoob

Well-Known Member
TRS Event Participant
Joined
Oct 24, 2012
Messages
2,620
Reaction score
717
Points
113
Location
Middle Tennessee
Vehicle Year
1988
Make / Model
Ford
Engine Type
4.0 V6
Engine Size
4.0
Transmission
Manual
2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
1.5" Front + 4" Rear
Tire Size
245-70-R16
Check out the tech article on the electronic shift transfer case. It's pretty good.

If you need a controller, I have one here that I'm pretty sure worked when I took it out. Just PM me an address.
 

Sponsored Ad


Sponsored Ad

Staff online

Today's birthdays

Member & Vendor Upgrades

For a small yearly donation, you can support this forum and receive a 'Supporting Member' banner, or become a 'Supporting Vendor' and promote your products here. Click the banner to find out how.

Truck of The Month


TexasDuck66
July Truck of The Month

Recently Featured

Want to see your truck here? Share your photos and details in the forum.

Follow TRS On Instagram

TRS Events

25th Anniversary Sponsors

Check Out The TRS Store


Sponsored Ad


Sponsored Ad

Sponsored Ad


Amazon Deals

Top