How to Remove an Oil Pan from a 1989 Ford Ranger?

Answer The oil pan on a 1989 Ford Ranger is responsible for holding the engine's oil supply. The oil pan is attached to the engine's crankcase and held in place with bolts. Removing the oil pan from the v... Read More »

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How to Remove a Leaf Spring From a 1989 Ford Ranger?

The rear suspension of the 1989 Ford Ranger consists primarily of two shock absorbers and two leaf springs. The primary purpose of the leaf springs is to support the differential. However, the leaf... Read More »

How many people fit in a 1989 Ford Ranger?

Only two people can ride safely in a 1989 Ford Ranger with bucket seats. Three people can safely fit in a 1989 Ford Ranger that is equipped with a bench seat. A Ford Ranger Supercab allows room for... Read More »

My 1989 Ford Ranger Won't Start?

Issues with an 1989 Ford Ranger that will not start fall into two categories: either the engine will not crank, or the engine cranks but will not start. Look to the electrical system to diagnose an... Read More »

How to Change U-Joints on a 1989 Ford Ranger?

While many vehicles today are front wheel drive and have no need for u-joints, light trucks like the 1989 Ford Ranger still use them in the drive shaft. They allow the torque developed by the engin... Read More »