How to Change the O2 Sensor on a 1995 Ranger?

Answer The emissions control system of most modern vehicles uses an oxygen (O2) sensor to measure the amount of oxygen in the engine exhaust. The sensor transmits this data to the vehicle's computer by me... Read More »

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How to Replace the O2 Sensor on a 1995 Ford Ranger 4.0?

The O2 sensor on your 1995 Ford Ranger measures the amount of oxygen expelled from its 4.0 engine. The amount of O2 affects the amount of gas the Ranger's computer sends to the combustion chamber. ... Read More »

How to Test a 1995 Ford Ranger Oxygen Sensor?

The oxygen sensors (O2 sensor) on your 1995 Ford Ranger measure the oxygen-to-fuel ratio to ensure your engine runs at its peak performance levels. Clogged or malfunctioning oxygen sensors can trig... Read More »

How do I Change an Oil Pump in a 1995 Ford Ranger?

The oil pump on the 1995 Ford Ranger is not serviceable. The engine must be removed to gain access to the oil pump. If a defective oil pump is not changed, you will incur extensive engine damage be... Read More »

How to Change the Dashboard Light on a 1995 Ford Ranger?

The 1995 Ford Ranger has six dash lights, all contained in its instrument panel. Replacing the dash lights is a simple process, but accessing the lights is an entirely different manner. The 1995 Ra... Read More »