There are two fuse boxes on the Ford Ranger: one is located under the hood, while the other is found underneath the driver side dashboard. Fuse boxes, also known as fuse panels, house all the fuses to run all the electrical components of a vehicle.
The cabin fuse panel houses the slots for the interior lights and accessories. If a problem occurs with a light, door lock switch or piece of audio, this is the first place to inspect.
The fuse box located in the engine compartment houses the fuses for the mechanical parts of the motor. When a sensor or component is not functioning, the correlating fuse is checked to see whether or not it is damaged.Learn More
Headquartered in Heathrow, Fla, "AAA" stands for "American Automobile Association." The organization was founded in 1902 for the purpose of advocating driver and passenger rights, fair laws and safer vehicles that make driving more enjoyable.Full Answer >
The use for 303 Aerospace Protectant is as a treatment to prevent fading, discoloration or cracking of most vehicle surfaces. The protectant is safe to use on vinyl, leather, plastic, rubber, eisenglass, PVC, teak, gel coat and fiberglass.Full Answer >
Zin dialkyl dithiophosphate is a type of anti-wear hydraulic fluid used when the ability to maintain lubrication is essential in a hydraulic system. DIN 51524 belongs to a class of detergent-containing hydraulic fluids, named HLP-D, which are useful for precipitating contaminants out of hydraulic components.Full Answer >
A car with a blown head gasket can be driven, but it is not recommended. Blown head gaskets are caused when an engine overheats, and if a car is driven with a consistent overheating problem, it leads to eventual engine failure.Full Answer >