How to Repair a Suspension in a 1989 Ford Ranger?

Answer A vehicle's suspension cushions the ride while the vehicle traverses rough terrain, such as potholes or speed bumps. In 1989, the Ford Ranger came equipped with a twin I-beam front suspension, and ... Read More »

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What Is a Torsion Bar Suspension in a 1998 Ford Ranger?

Ford's Ranger mini-truck underwent a major redesign in 1998, the last it has received as of 2012. This redesign wasn't so much for the Ranger's benefit as it was for its SUV sister-ship, the Explor... 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 »

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 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 »