Dc_bpoppa 2007-08-24 09:42:00
Hey Everyone!! I just wanted to say thanks to everyone that has helped
me out. So in return, I wanted to send some links that I have used to
find the wiring diagrams for my Ford Ranger, and there free!! I hope
these help others that could probably need them, and are like me, just
do not have the money to pay for them. Let me know if these help
anyone out. Again, thanks everyone!!
RADIO WIRING DIAGRAMS:
FORD RANGER WIRING AND CHART & DIAGRAMS:
(You may have to copy and paste the links)
HOPE THIS HELPS OTHERS!! LET ME KNOW!!
Repairjunkie 2007-08-24 09:42:12
The engine wiring diagram is much better than the Haynes manual I
Thanks very much!
Steve barker 2007-08-24 09:42:17
A crayon drawing is better than a Haynes manual.
Sc tom 2007-08-24 14:51:44
And that’s a shame, isn’t it? I used to get the Chilton and the Haynes
manuals for my cars because between the two of them, I could get pretty good
coverage for anything I needed to do. Worked great for repairs on my ’89
Probe, and on my ’74 Mustang II. I’ve glanced at some of the newer ones, and
wouldn’t waste my money on them. Too bad. There are a lot of people who
still do home repairs, but don’t want to necessarily spend hundreds for a
set of Helms or OEM shop manuals.
Mike h 2007-08-24 14:52:08
I’ve found the alldata information for my Ranger and Thunderbirds to
be extremely comprehensive and very valuable. It seems the
relationship between ford and alldata is quite good. I pay $14.95 a
year for access to the information online (www.alldatadiy.com) and
I’ve never been disappointed.