Four Cylinder Diesel Truck
Ford Ranger Engine: A New Aged Vehicle Which Provides A Lot Of Exciting Features
Ford Ranger Engine: A New Aged Vehicle Which Provides A Lot Of Exciting Features
Ford Ranger is a high performer vehicle which has manufactured by Ford Motor Company. The cars from Ford Ranger are usually pickup trucks. The Ford Motor Company is basically an American auto maker company. The Ford released the ranger type engine in the year of 1983. Ford has some brunches outside of America. That is some of their car are designed by Americans but assembled in different places of the world. The ford car manufacturer is also a branded company to make the cars. The cars from ford reserve very high quality. Though there is some bad history about the car manufacturing company, the ford has successfully overcome about these matters and has established as a high performer car manufacturing country around the world.
The Ford Ranger is a high quality vehicle from Ford. The vehicles are basically in the form of mini trucks or vans. The cars car ready to take heavy load in it and they are also very nice to look at. The cars are very useful to them who are basically needs to move here and there with family or accommodation. The vans are very useful for them who need to do this very frequently. However these cars may be used by any person according to their need. But these trucks are mainly used for business purpose in many ways. Sometimes the cars are used to carry the products of any company. Sometimes they are used to carry various equipments of house during change houses. Actually these cars are very helpful t perform some kind of heavy duty. Recently ford has introduced as leader of all such kind of trucks.
The market of Ford has basically extended its market in Asia, South America and Africa. The latest version of Ford has included 2.2 liter engine. The engine is a four cylinder turbo diesel engines. The engines are specially made for very high performance. Usually diesel engines are used to perform some kind of heavy duty. It is because, they produce a high torque and also very high power which is very essential for the load carrying vehicles like trucks, bus etc.
There are some exiting features of Ford Ranger that it can not only take loads but also provides an exciting interior environment to the riders. The new version of Ford Ranger has updated features like iPod connector and Blue tooth etc. The car has also developed the steering wheel controls.
Frequently Asked Questions
Diesel or gasoline engine for 6000 miles a month delivery route?
I am soon going to drive 300 miles a day delivering pallets of freight. I need to purchase a 16 foot box van to do so. I’m wondering which to buy a gas or diesel engine? Todays gas vs diesel prices have inverted where diesel is 40 cents a gallon more than gas. I have a limited budget and the types of trucks I find in my area I can afford are: late 90′s Isuzu npr (ELF) four cylinder diesel or with a chevy v8 efi, late 90″s ford box van e-350 with v8 gas or diesel, early 2000′s chevy express cutaway box trucks with the gas v8 or diesel. (Diesel way harder to find in this model but I have seen them). I am purely interested in mpg in the real world conditions what would be the most economical. Hilly terrain at 60 miles per hour.
go for Isuzu diesel engines, they are very reliable and give excellent mpg.
how much water can a 4 cyclinder toyota pickup haul?
I have a 1994 Toyota Pickup truck that has four cylinders. I need to haul water to my house while my diesel is in the shop. I have a 250 gal water tank that fits in the bed of the truck. I’m wondering how full I can safely fill the tank so I don’t jack up my truck.
Both of you guys are wrong water weighs 8.34 pounds per gallon http://www.fourmilab.ch/hackdiet/www/subsection1_4_2_0_7.html
8.34×250=2085lbs I would check to see what the factory limit is.
What type of bearing is used to support the connecting rod on the crank pin and the wrist pin in high rpm two-
3. What type of bearing is used to support the connecting rod on the crank pin and the wrist pin in high rpm two-stroke engines?
A. Roller bearing
B. Plain bearing
C. Needle bearing
4. What is the purpose of the fibers in grease?
A. It’s the actual lubricating element in the grease.
B. It prevents the lubricant from evaporating.
C. It traps the lubricant and holds it in suspension.
D. It thickens the grease.
5. Which type of outboard motor cooling systems is a variable volume system?
A. Revolving cam pump
B. Plunger pump
C. Impeller pump
D. Pressure vacuum pump
6. A PCV valve is used to control the
A. amount of oil coming out of the oil pump.
B. oil injected on a two-stroke engine.
C. air that enters the crankcase.
D. flow of exhaust gases.
7. The API C classification for lubricating oils pertains to which type of engines?
A. Single-cylinder four-stroke gasoline engines
B. Multicylinder four-stroke gasoline engines
C. Two-stroke gasoline engines
D. Two- or four-stroke diesel engines
8. What additive is added to lubricating oil to help the oil absorb water?
A. Oxidation inhibitor
C. Corrosion inhibitor
9. Which of the following bearing types doesn’t have an inner and outer race?
D. Tapered roller
10. Which one of the following oils isn’t a multiviscosity oil?
11. Type SA oil is used for
A. highly turbocharged gasoline or diesel engines.
B. light trucks and cars from 1980 to present.
C. engines that operate under mild conditions.
D. light-duty naturally aspirated diesel engines.
12. An impeller pump in an outboard motor uses an impeller made of
A. stainless steel.
C. synthetic rubber.
13. Water circulates around a water-cooled engine’s cylinder head and cylinder inside the water
14. A thermostat opens to allow coolant flow when what component of the thermostat has expanded?
D. Pressure top
15. A breather is used to
A. vent cylinder head pressure to the atmosphere.
B. balance the pressure at the carburetor of a two-stroke engine.
C. allow clean air to enter the crankcase of the engine.
D. allow pressurized gases to vent from the crankcase.
16. Synthetic lubricants are made of products based on
A. mineral oil.
C. vegetable oil.
17. Multipurpose greases use a thickening agent such as
A. short fiber.
B. aluminum fluoride.
C. lithium soap.
D. calcium soap.
18. When you’re flushing a cooling system, you should use an approved acid and a
19. Which one of the following grades is a proper grade of multipurpose gear lubricant?
A. SAE 40
B. SAE 60
C. SAE 80
D. SAE 100
20. Air-cooled engines use what form of heat transfer to remove most of the heat from their cylinder head and cylinder?
Hey kid. I just checked all of your recently asked questions. Quit wasting your time, and our time. Some of us actually try to help people out here. You need to find some other interest. You obviously have no talent or ability when it comes to automobiles. The answers to all 80 or so questions have to be learned with hands on training. If you don’t do the work, you don’t get the answers.
Self taught ASE certified tech.
What do you think of this piece of my story?
I wrote it all out, but I’m having trouble posting the whole thing online, so I can only post a part of it here.
We ripped open the steel door that led into the garage, sprinted through, and jumped into the Cavalier. I rolled the window up quickly and locked the door as he swung the bat. It smashed into the back glass, spidering it. I started the motor and backed up, hitting his knees. He flew up onto the trunk, screaming, and rolled off. I jammed it into first and peeled out, heading for the door. As we slid onto the main road, I saw his truck coming after us. It was a huge white F350 with a grill guard. The Cavalier’s four cylinder motor revved high, and I threw it into second. There was a red light ahead of us, but he was coming closer. “Wayne!” Rusty shouted. “Noooooo!” I pushed the pedal to the floor, and held the horn. Cars slammed onthe brakes and honked at us, and Dad’s truck plowed through the intersection behind us. He edged closer, and I shifted to the highest gear. We were going at least eighty miles an hour. I flashed the lights and honked, and people swerved out of the way as we flew down the streets. I heard the turbo of his Powerstroke diesel as he pushed the pedal to the floor and came closer. I knew what was coming, and braced for impact. The grill guard slammed into the back of the Cavalier. The shattered glass fell away and the metal crumpled on impact. My head slammed into the headrest. I had the pedal to the floor, and the car wasn’t going any faster. I knew we were screwed. He backed off and hit us again, and the rear bumper fell off. His truck left the ground as he ran it over, and he layed on the horn in anger at us. Suddenly, he swereved around us and started to come up next to us. As soon as I realized what he was doing, I slammed on the brakes. He swerved toward us, realizing that we knew his plan. However, the car’s brakes were great, and when he tried to smash the side of the car, he passed us. His tire caught our front bumper and ripped it off. It flew up and cracked our windshield as it flew over the car. He slammed on the brakes as I turned around, but he caught up to us in no time. When he rear-ended us again, the car spun.
Y!A does not take indentations. BEsides, that’s only part of one paragraph anyway. If you had read it, you would’ve known that.
TIP: IF YOU AIN’T GONNA READ IT, DON’T ANSWER.
Not Bad. I Like it. A Few Errors but nothing that you cant fix.
I have a website that you can post you stories at, i have mine there under Dragonfly
2003 Ford E 350 7.3 Powerstroke Diesel problems?
I have a problem with the engine. For a split second on start up it runs fine, after that it start to run really rough. the passenger side cylinder 1,3,5,7 are all firing but driver side 2,4,6,8 are not firing. it only smokes on start up for some reason. After clearing all the codes, I’m get a constant P1316 IDM feedback code as well as a turbo boost sensor code. i change the IDM 4 times between other trucks of the same year and have recently put in a new computer and it is not solving the problem. The injector harness has no broken wires ( checked with a DVOM), and all the wires going to the IDM as well as the PCM. I dont understand what it wrong with it. Could it be a PCM issue, all four injectors are bad, fuel regulation? if anyone can give me an insight into this, it would be helpful.
PS. im an apprentice so i know what im talking about.
it is common for the connector on the inside of the valve cover to wiggle loose when the engine is running. ford makes a reinforcement clip that you put in the connector to keep it latched.