Ford 2.3L Index of Articles

This tutorial will explain how to test the starter motor on the 1992, 1993, and 1994 2.3L 4 cylinder equipped Ford Ranger (Mazda B2300). The cool thing is that testing it... [read more]

Here's a simplified wiring diagram of the alternator circuit for the 1992 2.3L Ford Ranger. The 1993-1994 alternator circuit wiring diagram is in the next page. Testing the... [read more]

Testing the Ford Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor on all of the Ford, Lincoln and Mercury cars and trucks is a very simple test that can be done without a scan tool. All you need... [read more]

Here's a simplified starter motor system wiring diagram in an easy to read style for the 1992 and 1993 2.3L Ford Ranger pick-up equipped with an automatic... [read more]

Diagnosing the cause of the misfire (Rough Idle) on a 2.3L equipped Ford Mustang or Ranger (Mazda 2300) can seem quite daunting since... [read more] at:

I created this simplified 2.3L Ford Ranger ignition control module wiring diagram to make it easier to diagnose the ICM itself. It applies to the 1992, 1993, and 1994 2.3L... [read more]

This is the EASIEST on car test for testing a bad alternator! If you've been wondering how to test the alternator on your car, this is the test to do. It'll help you to... [read more]

The 1992-1994 2.3L Ford Ranger's are equipped with the EEC-IV fuel injection system. Fuel injectors for cylinders #1 and #4 are controlled by the same driver. Fuel... [read more]

If your 2.3L Ford Ranger or Mazda B2300 is overheating and won't start, there's a good chance you have a blown head gasket on your hands. In this tutorial, I'll show you... [read more]

The fuel injection system on the 1994 2.3L Ford Ranger is known as the E.E.C IV system. The fuel injection computer (Powertrain Control Module=PCM in tech speak) has 60... [read more]