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Ford Ranger Workshop Manual 2006-2011

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Ford Ranger 2006-2011

models:
Ford Ranger
B-Series
2-door compact
2-door extended (1998–2011)
2+2-door extended (1999–2011)
4-door crew cab (South America)

years:
2006-2011

engines:
2.3 L Duratec I4 (gasoline) (2001–2011)
2.5 L OHC I4 (gasoline) (1998–2001)
3.0 L Vulcan V6 (gasoline / E85) (1998–2008)
4.0 L 4.0 SOHC V6 (gasoline) (2001–2011)

transmissions:
Automatic & Manual

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The PJ Ranger configuration was saw by the Ford 4-Trac Concept which appeared at the Bangkok Auto Show in December 2005. The idea vehicle plan improvement was driven by Ford Asia-Pacific boss creator, Paul Gibson.[23] The creation form was planned and underlying Thailand couple with the Mazda BT-50.

While the past age Ranger was a rebadge of the Mazda B-Series with an alternate belt, the Ranger presently has its particular styling planned by previous Ford Australia plan boss, Simon Butterworth. As the outcome, the PJ Ranger gets the new corporate plan that showed up on a few Ford North American light trucks. Despite the fact that the progressions are uncommon contrasted with the PE/PG/PH Ranger subsequently Ford’s “all-new” guarantee, it is rather an extensive redevelopment of the old model.[24]

In Australia and New Zealand, the Courier nameplate was dropped for Ranger to separate itself from an ‘essential workhorse’ picture and to adjust the model name to its Asian and European counterparts.[25][26]

Passage didn’t offer a petroleum motor choice in the PJ/PK Ranger, rather offering a decision of two four-chamber normal rail turbo-diesel motors, one a 2.5-liter, the other a 3.0-liter. The 2.5-liter Duratorq motor is a DOHC 16-valve turbo-diesel unit, including Bosch normal rail direct fuel infusion and a variable calculation turbocharger. It makes 141 hp (143 PS; 105 kW) at 3,500 rpm and 330 N⋅m (34 kg⋅m; 240 lb⋅ft) of force at 1,800 rpm, up from the past 2.5-liter SOHC backhanded infusion turbo-diesel unit which makes 121 hp (123 PS; 90 kW) and 262 N⋅m (26.7 kg⋅m; 193 lb⋅ft) of torque.[27] While the bigger 3.0-liter motor tops with 154 hp (156 PS; 115 kW) at 3,200 rpm and 380 N⋅m (39 kg⋅m; 280 lb⋅ft) at 1,800 rpm.[28] Both motors were twofold overhead camshaft.