1990 Ford Ranger Ignition Removal?

Answer The 1990 Ford Ranger pickup truck is fitted with an ignition switch mounted against the steering column. The switch has wiring that attaches to the starter motor via a solenoid. When actuated, the ... Read More »

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How Do I Change the Starter on a 1990 Ford Ranger?

If the starter on your 1990 Ford Ranger makes any clicking or grinding noises, or does not crank the engine, it needs to be replaced. The starter is an electrical motor that engages the flywheel to... Read More »

How to Install a Fan Clutch in a 1990 Ford Ranger?

The 1990 Ford Ranger fan clutch is a silicone-filled, turbine mechanism. When cold, the clutch freewheels, causing the fan to rotate slowly. As the silicone absorbs heat conducted through the clutc... Read More »

How to Tune Up a 1990 Ford Ranger 2.3L SOHC L4?

Prior to 1983, Ford's only compact pickup was the Mazda-built Courier. Though the Courier gave Ford a fighting chance against the Nissan and Toyota pickups, it was still foreign-built. In 1983, For... Read More »

How to Get More Horsepower on a 1990 Ford Ranger?

Ford has steadily improved the quality and power of its Ranger engine. Despite the great improvements made by the manufacturer, the Ford Ranger's overall horsepower can still be dramatically improv... Read More »