Ford 2.3L Index of Articles

In the table below you'll find the fuse location and description of the fuses of the fuse box on 1994 Ford Ranger. The fuse box is located on the driver side of the... [read more]

In the table below you'll find the fuse location and description of the fuses of the fuse box on 1993 Ford Ranger. The fuse box is located on the driver side of the... [read more]

The most accurate way to test the throttle position sensor (TPS) on your 2.3L Ford Ranger (Mustang, Mazda B2300) is with a multimeter. In this tutorial, I'll show you... [read more]

Testing the alternator, while still on your 1993-1997 2.3L Ford Ranger, is easier than you think! Not only that, but it can be accurately tested with just a simple... [read more]

In this tutorial I'm going to show you how to test the heater element of the upstream oxygen sensor on your 2.3L Ford Ranger (Mustang, Mazda B2300). No scan tool is... [read more]

When the heater element of the downstream oxygen sensor fails on your 2.3L Ford Ranger (Mazda B2300), a P0141 trouble code will light up the check engine light. The cool... [read more]

Diagnosing the cause of the misfire (rough idle) on a 2.3L equipped Ford Mustang or Ranger (Mazda 2300) can seem quite daunting since you have 8 spark plugs and two coil... [read more]

As you're probably already aware, the engine in your 2.3L Ford Ranger (Mustang, Mazda B2300) needs 3 things to start. These are fuel, air and spark. The major component... [read more]

This tutorial will help you do a ‘Dry’ and ‘Wet’ Engine Compression Test on your 2.3L Ford Ranger or Ford Mustang (or 2.3L Mazda... [read more] at: easyautodiagnostics.com

When a fuel injector on your 2.3L Ford Ranger (Mustang or Mazda B2300) fails, its internal resistance changes drastically. This makes it easy for you and I to test it by... [read more]