Ford 2.3L Index of Articles

Quite a few components, if they fail, can cause the engine not to start in your 2.3L Ford Ranger. Thankfully, it's not difficult to figure out why the engine won't start... [read more]

The 1989-1997 2.3L Ford Ranger (Mazda B2300) comes equipped with a fuel pump inertia switch. In this article, I'll answer some of the most commonly asked questions about... [read more]

This tutorial will help you test the mass air flow (MAF) sensor on the 1990-1992 2.3L Ford Ranger in four simple steps and with just a multimeter. You don't need expensive... [read more]

I think you'll be quite surprised at how easy it is to diagnose the fuel pump as good or bad. And the cool thing is that you don't need expensive diagnostic equipment for... [read more]

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to test the blower resistor on the 1995, 1996, and 1997 2.3L Ford Ranger (Mazda B2300). Testing the blower resistor block is a breeze and... [read more]

If your Ford Ranger's fuel pump fails, the engine will not start or will start but run with performance problems. Fortunately, testing the fuel pump isn't difficult and in... [read more]

Testing the blower motor is pretty easy on the 2.3L Ford Ranger (specially because it's in an easy to access place). In this tutorial, I'll show you the 2 tests that'll... [read more]

Sooner or later the mass air flow (MAF) sensor will fail on your 1995-1997 2.3L Ford Ranger. The cool thing is that testing the MAF sensor isn't difficult, nor does it... [read more]

This typical circuit diagram of the blower motor and blower resistor circuit applies to the 1995, 1996, and 1997 Ford Ranger and Mazda B2300. You can find the blower motor... [read more]

The MAF sensor on your 1994-1995 2.3L Ford Ranger can be tested with a multimeter, no scan tool required, This tutorial explains the four tests that will help you diagnose... [read more]