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N3ELZ’s 2002 Ford Ranger Regular Cab

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N3ELZ’s 2002 Ford Ranger Regular Cab
Another N3ELZ 2002 Ford Ranger Regular Cab post...
  • Nov 15, 2013

General Index[1 - Overview] [2 - My wreck!] [7 - Crazy Robin!] [9 - Candy's Ranger] [10 - Keypad entry system] Meets and Outings[11 - Centralia adventure Part I] [21 ... more

Another N3ELZ 2002 Ford Ranger Regular Cab post...
  • Nov 15, 2013

General Index[1 - Overview] [2 - My wreck!] [7 - Crazy Robin!] [9 - Candy's Ranger] [10 - Keypad entry system] Meets and Outings[11 - Centralia adventure Part I] [21 ... more

Another N3ELZ 2002 Ford Ranger Regular Cab post...
  • Nov 15, 2013

Gauge Color Change Using Factory Overlays (by N3ELZ and $tone02 -- published formerly on Generation-Edge)IntroductionThis mod changes your dashboard color from green to ... more

Another N3ELZ 2002 Ford Ranger Regular Cab post...
  • Nov 15, 2013

SAS -- Solid Axle Swap DiaryOkay, this is a work in progress. You've heard that before (like the Centralia pages that were never finished, lol...) but this project ... more

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  • Engine Size
    N/A
  • HP
    180
  • 0-60 Time
    10.7
  • Weight
    3900
  • 1/4m sec
    N/A
  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    -1 mph
  • Exterior Color
    N/A
  • Interior Color
    N/A
  • Wheels Mickey Thompson Wheels

    Date Installed
    Feb. 2, 2003

    Installed 02/02/2003

  • Mobile Electronics Jensen Tweeters

    Date Installed
    Feb. 2, 2003

    Installed 02/02/2003

  • Tires Mickey Thompson Tires

    Date Installed
    Feb. 2, 2003

    Installed 02/02/2003

  • Mobile Electronics Bazooka Subwoofers

    Date Installed
    Feb. 2, 2003

    Installed 02/02/2003

  • Mobile Electronics Jensen Speakers

    Date Installed
    Feb. 2, 2003

    Installed 02/02/2003

  • Chassis & Suspension Rancho Shocks

    Date Installed
    Feb. 2, 2003

    Installed 02/02/2003

  • Mobile Electronics Kenwood Video

    Date Installed
    Feb. 2, 2003

    Installed 02/02/2003

  • Ignitions & Electrical Bosch Ignition

    Date Installed
    Feb. 2, 2003

    Installed 02/02/2003

  • Gauges & Accessories AC Autotechnic Gauges

    Date Installed
    Feb. 2, 2003

    Installed 02/02/2003

  • Exhaust Dynomax Exhaust

    Date Installed
    Feb. 2, 2003

    Installed 02/02/2003

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Comments (36)
  • bigpapag
    Great write up, nice truck. This article by itself gave me the courage to do the EATC install in my truck, took about 8 hours and other than one minor bug I have it working perfectly.
  • 00Frankenstein
    hey man i'm working on getting the final parts to the eatc install, can i use 5 pin relays that have 87a center terminal? or do i have to use the 4 pin ones? also i have to go get the wiring harness for the servo and the servo itself... thanks for being so elaborate on the how to on this mod it's saved me a ton of time and money! 5 stars all the way man if u have a chance check mine out sometime...
  • 1997ranger
    man info and pic were very helpful i will have to check it out again i am currently in the process of sas'ing my 2wd 97 ranger that i recently totaled but could part with being it was my first truck(i know what you mean by impressing the 4wd) it always had the plan to be a trail rig. now you got me interested in that gauge mod thanks for the time and work it was very helpful and interesting
  • OneTrueEClipse
    I simply love this truck... Check out my 4x4 ranger sometime
  • pomonabill220
    NOTE!!! The Ford diagram for the 98-01 connectors is incorrect!!! C297 (they say black) is really grey, and C298 (they say white) is really black!!! The grey connector C297, fits closest to the center of the rear of the head unit (controller), and pin 1 is on the bottom row, left side (closest to the vacuum ports, or center of the rear). At least that is the color scheme that I have and is also shown in the pictures of the controller in this how-to. Take a close look! The diagrams from Ford are looking INTO the SOCKETS of the connector (picture yourself as the PINS of the conroller looking towards the diagram).
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