FORD RANGER 1999 2.G 4x4 Supplement Manual

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G 4x4 Supplement Manual Introduction 2
Notice to 4X2 utility vehicle owners 3
4WD and AWD systems 3
4WD Or AWD operation on the road 6
Driving off-road with 4WD or AWD 9
Trailer towing 14
Tires, replacement requirements 15
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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G 4x4 Supplement Manual INTRODUCTION
Welcome to Ford Motor Companys
world of four-wheel driving! Your
new 4WD or AWD vehicle opens
up a completely different and
challenging world of travel unlike
what you have ever experien

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G 4x4 Supplement Manual All occupants should always wear
the safety belts provided and
children/infants should use
appropriate restraints to minimize
the risk of injury or ejection.
Driving at speeds safe for road
conditions

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G 4x4 Supplement Manual drive over terrain and road
conditions that a conventional
two-wheel drive vehicle cant.
Power is supplied to all four
wheels through a transfer case. On
4WD vehicles the transfer case
allows you to

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G 4x4 Supplement Manual How your vehicle differs from
other vehicles
4WD and AWD vehicles can differ
from some other vehicles in a few
noticeable ways. Your 4WD or
AWD may be:
²Higher Ð to allow it to travel
over rough ter

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G 4x4 Supplement Manual 4WD OR AWD OPERATION ON
THE ROAD
Basic operating principles
²Do not use 4WD on dry, hard
surfaced roads (except models
equipped with Auto 4WD or
AWD). This may damage the
drivelines and axles.
²Driv

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G 4x4 Supplement Manual rather than attempt a sudden
return to the pavement which
could cause the vehicle to slide
sideways out of control or
rollover. Remember, your safety
and the safety of others should
be your primary co

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G 4x4 Supplement Manual Snow and ice
Your 4WD or AWD vehicle will
have advantages over two-wheel
drive vehicles in snow and on ice
by providing increased driving
traction. However, if you suddenly
change speed or direction y

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G 4x4 Supplement Manual operation of the anti-lock brake
system.
Parking
Before leaving the drivers seat,
you should make sure that the
gearshift is engaged in P (Park)
with an automatic transmission or
either 1 (First) or

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G 4x4 Supplement Manual Drive cautiously to avoid vehicle
damage from concealed objects
such as rocks and stumps. You
should either know the terrain or
examine maps of the area before
driving. Map out your route before
drivi
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