How to Troubleshoot a Ford Ranger Starter?

Answer All of the late-model Ford Rangers have a starter with a solenoid, and the older models have a remote starter solenoid. Both are covered. The remote starter solenoid is located on the passenger-sid... Read More »

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How to Change a Ford Ranger Starter?

The starter on a Ford Ranger is a small electrical motor that is bolted to the engine block near the transmission. When you turn the ignition key, the motor begins to spin. A small gear on the star... Read More »

How to Replace the Starter on a Ford Ranger?

The Ford Ranger uses an electric starter to engage the flywheel. This is the first process in the complicated inner workings of an internal combustion motor. The flywheel engages the crankshaft, w... Read More »

How to Know If a Starter Is Going Bad in a 2001 Ford Ranger?

If you are experiencing hit-or-miss when it comes to starting your car, your starter may be wearing out. Eventually, it will break down and the gears from the solenoid will no longer engage properl... Read More »

How to Replace the Starter in a 2000 Ford Ranger XLT?

The 2000 Ford Ranger XLT is equipped with the same starter as other model-year 2000 Rangers. The starter’s job is to transform electrical energy from the battery into kinetic energy that is relea... Read More »