Ford has recalled certain 1999 Ranger with 3.0L V6 engines due to a possible fuel leak at the O-ring at the fuel injunction pulse damper to the fuel rail joint. In the presence of an ignition source, a fuel leak may result in a fire. Dealers will replace the pulse damper.
Ford Ranger Recalls
Ford has recalled 1998 Ranger trucks because there is incorrect tire and rim information printed in the owner's manual. Ford will send out a revised label that overlays the previous label in the manual.
Ford has recalled 1998 Electric Ranger EV vehicles due to defective traction heater systems. The heaters may have faulty wiring, which can arc and cause a fire hazard. Dealers will disable the battery pack heaters.
Ford has recalled 1998 Ranger trucks with 4.0L V6 engines because the flexible section of the chassis mounted fuel line may be too closely routed to the exhaust manifold. In some cases, the line may contact the manifold, which can cause a possible leak and fire hazard. Dealers will install an additional clip to hold the fuel line in the intended position.
Ford has recalled 1991-1994 Explorer and Ranger trucks because the bolts that mount the master cylinder to the brake booster may fracture. If these bolts fracture, brake loss could occur. Dealers will replace the power brake vacuum booster assembly.
Ford has recalled 1993-1994 Ranger trucks in Northern areas with extremely cold weather because the throttle plate may ice. If this occurs, the accelerator may stick and not release as necessary, which may increase stopping distances. Dealers will replace the the air intake duct and valve assembly.
Ford has recalled 1994 Ranger trucks because the flexible section of the front brake line may leak. In the presence of an ignition source, a fuel leak may result in a fire. Dealers will inspect and replace the front fuel line assembly if necessary.