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sounds like two seperate issues. Instrument cluster and a driveability diagnostic for the idiling issue.
Probably more cost effective to install a used engine. Next option would be to overhaul or purchase a remanufactured motor. Solely depends on your budget and how long you intend on keeping the vehicle.
Yes, they sell the bulb replacements at digitaldash.com, an ebay vendor. You will have to remove the cluster to access the bulbs on the rear. Twist the bulbs out and install the new custom color leds bulbs in their place. Pretty cool, we just modified a GMC Tahoe here at Precision Tune Auto Care in Decatur.
Very common failure on the Honda Odyessey's, Honda was offering goodwill customer assistance on transmission replacement for a while for the Original Owner of the vehicle. Otherwise, Aamco or Mr. Transmission can rebuild them, no easy way around this one.
Most likely you have a Hub Bearing failure. Are you hearing a roaring noise that occurs while driving? The sensors on most of these newer vehicles are located within the hub bearing and come as an assembly with the hub bearing.
200.00 sounds like a great price for a used unit. May want to purchase the warranty for it if the vendor offers it. The Ranger is a great truck and we have many visit our shop with 300,000 and 400,000 miles.
I believe this model is similar the Chrysler Crossfire. The actuator is vacum driven. You will need to go to the dealership to have this repaired.
Very possible the connection issue has reoccured. Or the battery has failed all together.
Did the blower motor stop moving air or is the air coming out cold? Sounds like a heater core, thermostat, or heater control valve issue.