Ford Ranger Service Repair Manual EWD

Ford RANGER repair and maintenance manual, oil and filter change procedure, wiring diagrams, engine and transmission diagnostics, error codes, fuse locations. The manual can be downloaded in PDF format for free

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Ford Ranger Generation History

Today, the Ford Ranger is widely known around the world as a reliable and practical mid-size pickup truck. The modern brainchild of Ford was released quite recently, in 2019, but has already managed to gain a lot of fans around the world. It's tuned for offroad and drag, understated and overstated, converted to F150, armored and modified for expeditions - this is just a small part of how owners change their pickups. Let's get to know him better, first of all with the history of the Ranger and find out what this Ford is good for.


The history of this model began far before the release of the first pickup truck. Back in the mid-60s, Ford experimented with this name, because the name Ranger was quite often pronounced by residents of North America. The definition of this word is very vague, but for many it is associated with the guardian of the forest, park or countryside. And the first car with that name was called the Edsel Ranger, a big 1958 American chrome-plated sedan that didn't really live up to its name.


In 1967, Ford introduced the 5th generation of its F-series pickups, the upper part of the interior package of one of the modifications of which was called the Ranger. And in F-100 or F-250 size, the Ranger was billed as "Ford's best full-size pickup." Finally, the company hit the bull's-eye. It remains the case for small, to design a pickup truck. Fortunately, this manufacturer knew how to build a great product.

1st generation (USA) (1983-1992)

The release of the first production model took place in 1983. It was supposed to replace the already outdated Courier, which was produced on the basis of Mazda. For the Ford Ranger, the characteristics were very interesting. It could be rear-wheel drive or 4x4. There are also two wheelbases with different body sizes to choose from: a 108-inch wheelbase version with a six-foot platform or a 114-inch wheelbase version with a seven-meter platform. The all-wheel drive model could pull up to 730 kg and was built using an independent front suspension.

For buyers, a range of 4 engines was offered:

  • base four-cylinder petrol 2.0 with 73 hp;
  • 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine with 79 hp;
  • 2.8-liter V6, 115 horsepower;
  • atmospheric 2.2-liter diesel engine from Mazda with 59 hp

After 1985, the diesel solution was replaced by a more powerful engine from Mitsubishi - a 66-horsepower 2.3-liter turbodiesel.


Paired with them could be a four- or five-speed mechanics or a three-speed automatic transmission.


A year later, a version of the SuperCab was introduced with an extended cab and a 125-inch wheelbase. It had room for additional folding seats, which increased the passenger capacity of this model to five people.


In 1989, a modernization was carried out, which brought improvements to the frame, as well as changes in the external and internal design. A new instrument panel and glove box were added, and exterior changes included a new grille, hood and front fenders with flush-mounted halogen headlights and all-round parking lights. Anti-lock rear brakes became standard with this update, and the base trim had a 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine that put out about a hundred horses. It could work with a standard five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic transmission for a surcharge.

And in 1991, the Sport model appeared with aluminum wheels and the option of a 3.0-liter V6 engine, producing 140 horsepower for all-wheel drive pickups. Another new option was a 60/40 split bench seat.

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