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Dubis

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Madawaska Maine
Vehicle Year
1998
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Ford
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3.0 V6
Transmission
Automatic
Hi there, I joined this site to help me complete my motor swap on my 1998 ford ranger XLT rwd 3.0 v6 automatic, I'm only 14 and thats why i need actual advice and going to this site. And no i'm no mommy and daddy fundings for my truck, this is all me, and so far i've been working on my motor swap on my lawn, all i have left is the torque converter and a bellhousing bolt and she's free. if anyone has any advice plz send away!

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1qaz

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2.3L
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Manual
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Welcome! I think it's awesome you are blazing this trail at your age. Keep it up! There's lots of tech articles here that should help you along the way. Also, check out a Haynes or Chilton repair manual. The LMC truck catalogs are also good for diagrams. Post specific questions in the right forums and the experts here typically jump on them quick. Post some pics if you get the chance and start a build thread...it's a great way to document your progress.
 

Dubis

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Madawaska Maine
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1998
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3.0 V6
Transmission
Automatic
Thanks! and i have a chiltons manual for my ranger but its not the same year as the book, its still a big help though.
 

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