1997 Ford Ranger Power Steering Problems?

Answer Introduced in 1983, the Ford Ranger is a compact pick-up truck available in both four-speed automatic and five-speed manual transmission. Known for its sporty design, the Ranger comes in both two-d... Read More »

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How to Add Power Steering Fluid in a 1997 Ford Ranger?

Save money and avoid costly repairs to your 1997 Ford Ranger with regular inspections of the power steering fluid. Check the fluid level every 3,000 miles or three months, whichever comes sooner. S... Read More »

How to Remove the Steering Wheel on a 1997 Ford Ranger?

The steering wheel on your ranger is held in place by a single retaining bolt, which makes the wheel relatively easy to remove. However, Ford recommends replacing this retaining bolt with a new one... Read More »

How to Flush the Power Steering Fluid on a Ford Ranger?

One of the most overlooked maintenance items on a vehicle is the power steering fluid flush. Just as with any other automotive fluid, power steering fluid breaks down over time and slowly loses its... Read More »

How to Remove a Power Steering Pump on a 1995 Ford Ranger?

The 1995 Ford Ranger's power steering pump can be replaced without replacing the reservoir, thus saving you a bit of money. Before you purchase a new power steering pump, check to be sure that the ... Read More »