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

Answer 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 »

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How to Install a Clutch on a 1997 Ford Ranger?

The 1997 Ford Ranger uses a hydraulic clutch with the slave cylinder in the shape of a bellows. The slave cylinder is inside the bellhousing, surrounding the input shaft. You would be well advised ... Read More »

How Do I Install a Fuel Pump in a 1990 Ford Ranger?

The Ranger is a pickup truck that Ford has produced since 1983. The 1990 Ford Ranger was equipped with either a 6-cylinder 2.9-liter engine or a 6-cylinder 4.0-liter engine, each of which uses fuel... Read More »

How to Install a 1988 Ford Ranger Clutch Slave Cylinder?

The clutch slave cylinder in your 88 Ranger is the part of the hydraulic clutch assembly that pushes the pressure plate against the clutch disc, causing the clutch to engage. Fluid flowing from the... 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 »