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It flashes for a short period then stays on constantly. i am having the same problem... Kn. I've not checked fuses. http://win8s.com/ford-ranger/ford-ranger-lights-not-working.html

The truck has been in my family since new, so I know the GEM I removed is original. Spraying chemicals in the door latch is not a fix. The time now is 11:44 AM. -- Ranger-2009 -- 2013 Stealth Contact Us - Ranger-Forums - Sitemap - Advertising - Cookie Policy - Privacy Statement - Terms of Service - Top I checked bulbs and replaced multi switch on steering column, $79 for the new part.

Didn't even have to remove a single screw. The needle would drop to 0 when stopped, but climb to 120+mph very shortly after I started moving. Ranger-Forums Office Member Introductions Ranger-Forums General Forum General Ford Ranger Discussion New Ideas Auto Detailing 101 Ranger Products, Company, & Member Reviews Snapshots & Videos Trip & Trail Reports Ranger-Forums Technical I was thinking of taking to ford to get a diagnostic test done to have them find the problem at least.

I read on here that my year should be a plug-and-play for the GEM or, at worst, it would act crazy at first, but return to normal after driving 10 miles I thought maybe it was the GEM, so I found a NOS one with the same part number as what was already installed on ebay and put it in this evening. When I hit my high beam, both headlights go out. The time now is 11:44 AM. -- Ranger-2009 -- 2013 Stealth Contact Us - Ranger-Forums - Sitemap - Advertising - Cookie Policy - Privacy Statement - Terms of Service - Top

All three bulbs look fine, and they all stopped working at the same time, so I ruled-out a bad bulb. Register All Albums FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search vBLive Search General Technical & Electrical General technical and electrical discussion for the Ford Ranger that does not fit in any other Last edited by Fx4wannabe01; 10-07-2009 at 08:01 PM. there is a switch that goes into the locking mec.

Do you have a bedlight and is it lighting? + 0 - #3 01-02-2014 Thread Starter Knuckles Member I am: Derek Join Date: Jan 2014 Location: Los Angeles, Add Thread to del.icio.us Bookmark in Technorati Tweet this thread Forums Welcome to Ranger-Forums! Perhaps a freeze has bent the locking rods (or whatever they're called) Any ideas out there? 0 · Share on Facebook wireguy42 Posts: 1 January 2007 Hi .. Your support is greatly appreciated.

Colin View Public Profile Send a private message to Colin Find More Posts by Colin 10-07-2009, 03:42 AM #8 WIDTIO Junior Member Join Date: Jan 2008 Location: Corvallis, Are there any further clues in those readings? Update Segments Specify New Used Make Select Make Model (optional) Select Model Update Model New Used Type Select Type SUV Sedan Truck Minivan Convertible Coupe Wagon Luxury Hybrid Crossover Hatchback Diesel Pinterest « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Posting Rules You

Modifying the suspension on any vehicle will cause changes to it's handling characteristics. check over here Kn. + 0 - #7 01-05-2014 Bob C. Want to become a Premium Member & not see these notices? of Indiana Member I am: Bob Join Date: Oct 2012 Location: Central ,Indiana Vehicle: 2004 Ford Ranger Drive Type: 4X4 Engine: 3.0 Posts: 177 Total Props: 1 Quote: Originally Posted

my brake lights work fine so the bulb must be blown. __________________ 1999 Ford Ranger XLT 2.5L 2wd 15%Tinted Windows Single Flowmaster Exhaust with Dual Pipes 15x7 Eagle Alloys Wrapped with please help (if this makes any sense) thank you. 0 · Share on Facebook tukeanu Posts: 10 September 2006 The airbag warning light on my dashboard (do they still call them Or what else could be the problem? http://win8s.com/ford-ranger/ford-ranger-brake-lights-not-working.html If someone did the 04+ cargo third brake light mod, they would do as you describe, even on a 03 and older truck.

It runs. The next connection or the wire between the point you last checked and the one where you found power will be your problem area. Rockledge View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by Rockledge #7 10-02-2009, 08:37 PM pawpaw Moderator Join Date: Jan 2004 Location: SW Va Posts: 10,959 Nice call

Could be the starter motor -- sometimes oil film builds up on the commutator brushes in the starter, effectively insulating them from the commutator and thus intermittently preventing them from making

Mods to come: Camburg entry 6.0 system. Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm. If that is not the problem, you might have to take it to a technician that has an IDS or WDS system so that they can run diagnostics on the DRL Don't think any ranger was wired to do so.

I finally got around to checking this out. If it does , then your bulb is gone , if it does not then its in the wiring . One out, in cab, a 20amp for brake pedal position switch. weblink The dimmer still operates the instrument panel lights and looked fine on disassembly.

Nothing makes the light come on. Join Date: Feb 2011 Posts: 1,252 Re: Third brake light problem not sure just start pulling one by one and go from there better than sitting waiting for an answer here. a/c does not come on4. Kn. + 0 - #12 01-18-2014 Rev Level I Supporter I am: J J Join Date: May 2005 Location: San Diego, CA Vehicle: 2001 Ranger Edge Posts: 1,179

inside the door. Everything started happening at the same time after the spark plugs were changed out. General Discussions Bronco II & Explorer Specific Mazda B-Series Specific Rare RBV's Fullsize Trucks Fullsize Ford Trucks Please click HERE to watch this video!

Thanks 0 · Share on Facebook fordtech Posts: 34 January 2007 I need to correct myself. California Chapter Colorado Chapter Hawaii Chapter Idaho Chapter Montana Chapter Nevada