My 2001 Ranger continues to blow the 2 fuse... (fan blower motor) dealership can't tell me why or repair shop. New blower motor didn't fix it. HELP!!
I have a 1998 extended cab Ranger XLT, 2WD. Problem is that the dome lights and the exterior bed lights will not go out. This has progressed from staying on with the key on until the truck goes above 5mph to now simply staying all the time whether running or not, above 5 mph and at all speeds. Found the relay under the glove box and pulled it out. Lights stayed on. Pulled the fuse. Lights stayed on. Something is causing these lights to be always connected to a hot wire. I have the wiring diagram and I make control schematics as part of my job, so I am determined to figure this out. I am suspecting a short in a harness somewhere. But for now, all I can do is pull the bulbs. This should not be this hard.
I have a 96 b-2300 and I had the problem with the interior light, the door ajar and the seat belt chime. Now for some unknown reason none of them work including my wipers. Its like there is no power getting to them. Help me please. I have checked every fuse and all are good I am out of ideas.
Grrrrrrrrreat.Your site just saved me a labor cost. Thanks a lot. I like to do as much work as I can on my 1996 Ranger. I learn something new every year. I will definitely use this site again.
I have 2001 Ranger XLT and my wipers quit working, and the radio fuse keeps blowing. This all started with that annoying beeping noise when we played with door latch, and that's when the wipers quit. Any ideas?
I am having the same problem. I did find this article that has a walk-through for fixing the problem. I haven't tried it yet, but hopefully someone else will benefit from this too:
As the article mentions it seems like a door contact switch issue.
Hope this helps!
I've got a 95 Ford Ranger. I have had the door bell changed 4 times; seems like every year when the weather gets warm, it starts beeping. Drives me crazy. They unhooked it, and my dash and wipers wouldn't work. It's a 5 dollar part, but 40.00 dollars labor. That is a shame when you've got to keep replacing it.
The door switch is loaded with grease that flows in warm weather; the electrical contact inside (ground, if I remember correctly) gets interrupted and the door ajar signal goes off, very irritating!!! I replaced switches in both doors before prying one open carefully and cleaning out the excess grease. Small detent fingers hold the plastic switch cover in place, don't mangle them too much!
Clean off the contacts and leave minimal grease on the plunger shaft. Reassemble, carefully bend fingers back to secure the cover. I've had no reoccurring problems after this fix, about 5 years now. YMMV.
Had given up hope til your WD40 post. Thanks.
A Grandpa thanks The Man. WA LA too!! It worked again today!!
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