it runs good when it is cold but when it warms up i have a hard time putting it in gear... does it need gear oil?

The crankshaft position sensor checked fuses this model does not have a cam sensor what else could it be

cleaned MAP sensor. what else?

Old weather stripping is loose, letting water in. Looks relatively easy to replace, but have never done it.

when driving my 1993 ford ranger particularly over 30 mph theres a whining or humming sound coming from the rear

while driving it will unexpectedly come on?

Has new plugs, wires, coils, ICM, ECM, harmonic balancer pulley, new T-belt and crank sensor. Repaired/replaced vacuum lines. Smells a little rich at idle, at times, MPG is solid @ 24 mpg, mostly hiway 12 mile range to work.
need help pretty bad.

had truck 3-4 years no problems, I changed out first starter myself, done this on other vehicles, I've owed. Lasted 2-3 months started all over then it wouldn't start at all. found hillbilly fly wheel changed it out and starter worked good 6 months then started all over again. took to garage and they replaced starter/flywheel now 6 months later same thing again!! parked it! can you help?

I have bought and installed over ten NEW starters and something is causing them all to burn up. I turn the key to start the truck and it makes a loud sweaking sound truck will run for a few minutes then starter burns up. I've recently replaced the clutch, flywheel, ignition switch, honestly if you can think of it I've replaced it!! FRom the battery to the mass air flow sensor! But I can't figure out what the hell is killing my starters!! Any ideas???

Have repaired numerous eletrical problems for state inspection.

When you turn the key on The brake failure light is suppose to flicker. Yet it will not

Already replaced bypass valve but problem hasn't gone away. Anyone experiencing same issues?

Runs fine, starts fine, but after going on the freeway 65mph for about 30 minutes or so, its hard to start? It seems almost like there's not enough juice in the battery?