Ford Ranger Technical Service Training TN7002083H
With the 2000 model year a new commercial vehicle, the Ford “RANGER” is introduced. This new pick-up truck is added to Ford’s four-wheel drive vehicle line, but is also available as a two-wheel drive version.
The object of the Ford “RANGER” course is to present the vehicle and familiarize you with the vehicle
components and systems. To this end, the training literature has been split into the following publications based on the main areas:
- New Product Introduction TN7002080H (00/295) “FORD RANGER”, CG 7807/S
- New Product Introduction TN7002083H (00/295) “FORD RANGER – Powertrain”, CG 7817/S
This New Product Introduction is designed to give an overview of the entire powertrain of the Ford “RANGER”.
The WL/WL-T engines are dealt with in detail. There are descriptions of the design and operation of the
mechanical components and the engine management system. In addition, notes are provided on diagnosis and testing.
Descriptions are also given of the R15M-D and R15MX-D manual transmissions as well as the transfer case.
Further, the drive shafts, differentials and the freewheel mechanism are dealt with. Additionally, important
instructions for use are to be found in the appropriate section.
Detailed information about the vehicle’s chassis and electrical and electronic systems as well as the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system is provided in the corresponding Student Information publication.
Please remember that our training literature has been prepared solely for FORD TRAINING PURPOSES. Repair and adjustment operations MUST always be carried out according to the instructions and specifications in the workshop literature. Please make extensive use of the training courses offered by Ford Technical Training Centers to gain extensive knowledge in both theory and practice.
- Engine/transmission combinations
- WL engine
- At a glance
- WL-T engine
- At a glance
- Engine management
- Glow plug system
- Fuel system
- Sensors and input signals
- PCM controlled systems
- Power flow
- R15M-D and R15MX-D manual transmission
- Transfer case
- Drive shafts
- Rear differential
- Remote freewheel (RFW) mechanism
- List of abbreviations