Ford Ranger is a name used on two distinct compact pickup truck lines by the Ford Motor Company. The Ranger was introduced in mid-1982 for the 1983 model year.
The following wiring diagram and electrical system circuit apply for Ford Ranger 2001 model year. In this manual, electrical components that work together are shown together. All electrical components used in a specific system are shown on one diagram. The circuit breaker or fuse is shown at the top of the page. All wires, connectors, components and splices are shown in the flow of current to ground at the bottom of the page. If a component is used in several different systems, it is shown in several places. For example, the Headlamp Switch is electrically a part of many systems and is repeated on many pages.
Here you will find detail description and diagrams of following components/systems: Ground Circuit, Fuse Panel/Circuit Protection, Auxiliary Battery and Charging System, Power Distribution, Multiplex Communication Network, Traction Battery System, Contactor Box Relay Control, Motor/Transaxle Control, Cooling System, Shift Lock, Anti-lock Brake System, Electronic Power Steering, Horn/Cigar Lighter, Air Bag Restraint System, Heater, Air Conditioner/Heater, Generic Electronic Module, Instrument Cluster, Headlamps, Power Mirror, Courtesy Lamps, Turn/Stop/Hazard Lamps, Radio, and Connectors, etc.
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