2007 Ford Ranger Overview

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2007 Ford Ranger Overview

The 2007 Ford Ranger remains largely unchanged from the popular 2006 version. The base version is a 2-door truck with a new, fuel-efficient 2.3-liter DOHC I4 engine rated at 143 horsepower and capable of achieving 24 city/29 highway mileage.

Other options include a Sport version which comes standard with a 3.0-liter V6 rated at 148 horsepower. A 5-speed manual transmission is also available. New options include exterior paint in Vista Blue and Pueblo Gold.

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Can A Ford Ranger Be Towed 4 Wheels Flat

Can a Ford Ranger be towed behind a Motorhome with a tow bar & all wheels on the road?

Will A 2004 Ford Ranger 5 Sp Automatic Transmission Fit Into A 2007 Ford Ra...

My reverse went out and i flushed the transmission and changed the filter and gasket on the pan. Seems to be leaking from somewhere other than the replaced gasket. Question is, will the transmission...

Battery Dash Light

My 07 rangers battery light came on yesterday so today I put in a new battery, however the light is still on. Does this take a while to reset? Or does it more likely mean the alternator is dying? H...

My Ranger Makes A Squealing Noise When Driving Slowly From Right Hand Side,...

when revving the engine while in park its all quiet, cannot find any play in bushes or bearings?

Speed Increases

My truck is idling perfectly, but when I drive and get ready to turn, it wants to maintain speed. I have even seen it get up to 45 mph without me applying the gas