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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-22-2008, 01:12 AM Thread Starter
 
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The joy of working on my Ranger

I don't think FORD engineer's were thinking of us guy's fixing these trucks.
It took 3 hours for me to change the two O2S sensor this afternoon.
limited space, on my back, and the worst!!!

PORKCHOP ARMS, SAUSAGE FINGERS!!

Missiing skin, cut hands and arms, new bruise's, but it's done.
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That is one thing I do like about the older Rangers, they are typically a lot easier to work on. One thing with the 4.0Ls being distributorless is that it leaves more room behind the motor, and I did the two in my '93 in under and hour with the help of a good buddy of mine. A bit of heat and out they came. Me dicking around sitting in the engine compartment fixing other stuff took longer I think. LR

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Originally Posted by Snowdoogie View Post
I don't think FORD engineer's were thinking of us guy's fixing these trucks.
It took 3 hours for me to change the two O2S sensor this afternoon.
limited space, on my back, and the worst!!!

PORKCHOP ARMS, SAUSAGE FINGERS!!

Missiing skin, cut hands and arms, new bruise's, but it's done.
Oh come on...builds character, teaches patience, and puts hair on your chest. LOL
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