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1994 Ford Ranger 4.0 4X4 Automatic Transmission

1994 Ford Ranger 4.0 4X4 Automatic Transmission

The 1994 Ford Ranger 4.0 4x4 automatic transmission has a hump at the bottom of the pan. This transmission doubles up as the transfer case. The bellhousing of the C5 automatic transmission is ribbed for more support and a hump in the bottom of the pan indicates that the unit needs to be replaced. During the mid-cycle revision in 1995, the Ranger was the first compact pickup to be available with dual airbags. The new model retained much of the design of its predecessor, with a leaf-sprung rear suspension and Twin I-Beam independent front suspension. The supercab was lengthened to 125.2 inches, while the cab was increased to almost three feet.

During the mid-cycle redesign in 1989, the Ranger received new exterior and interior styling. The dashboard was redesigned for better legibility, aerodynamics, and ergonomics, and the steering wheel was redesigned. The auto transmission ranger was redesigned, too, with a new gearshift mounted on the steering column. Manual-transmission Rangers lost the key release button.

In addition to the ten-year run of the Ford Ranger, the automaker introduced the second-generation model in 1995. This model had a revised interior with better aerodynamics, legibility, and ergonomics. The front fascia and taillamps were also modified to be more distinctive. The truck was discontinued in its two-door crew-cab variant in 2003, but was later offered as an option on all short-bed Rangers. The 1993 Ford Ranger had a similar grille design as the predecessor, but added a four-slot design.

The interior of the second-generation Ford Ranger saw only moderate changes. The seats and door panels were new. The dashboard was a carryover from the previous generation. The instrument panel was also new, with a six-digit odometer. The doors added side impact guard beams and R134a Freon air conditioning. The Ranger's powertrain was updated as well, with a 2.7-liter V6 engine.

The 1994 Ford Ranger 4.0 4x4 automatic transmission was the first to be available. The Ford Ranger was also the first vehicle to be available with a manual transmission. It had been produced in the United States and Argentina. The ranger 5.0L was the first vehicle to have an automatic transmission. The C5's 2.2L V6 engine is the only option in the fourx4 versions.

The 1994 Ford Ranger was available in three basic body styles. The XLT was the only model to offer a standard cab with a six-foot bed. It was later offered with four-door models. In North America, the 5.0L was the largest-bodied model. In addition to the two-door cab, the XLT was the only model to offer an extended cab.

1994 Ford Ranger 4.0 4X4 Automatic Transmission