ESP FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual WARNING LIGHTS AND CHIMES
Standard instrument cluster
Optional instrument cluster
Check engine
Your vehicle is equipped with a
computer that monitors the engines
emission control system. This
system

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the users authority to
operate the equipment.
Replacing the battery
The transmitter is powered by on

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual Vehicle sensitive mode
The vehicle sensitive mode is the normal retractor mode, allowing free
shoulder belt length adjustment to your movements and locking in
response to vehicle movement. For example

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual The vast majority of drivers and passengers are much safer with an air
bag than without. To do their job and reduce the risk of life threatening
injuries, air bags must open with great force, and this

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual ²the child has a medical condition that, according to the childs
physician, makes it necessary for the child to ride in the front seat so
that the driver can monitor the childs condition.
3.Medical

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual 3. Turn the key to 4 (ON) without
turning the key to 5 (START).
Make sure the corresponding lights illuminate briefly. If a light fails to
illuminate, have the vehicle serviced.
²If the drivers safe

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual STARTING THE ENGINE
1. Turn the key to 5 (START)
without pressing the accelerator
pedal and release as soon as the
engine starts. The key will return to
4 (ON).
2. If the temperature is above ±12ÉC

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual 4. Move the 4WD control to the 4X4
HIGH or 4X4 LOW position.
Driving off-road with 4WD
Your vehicle is specially equipped for driving on sand, snow, mud and
rough terrain and has operating characteris

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual When speed control is on and you are driving uphill, your vehicle speed
may drop considerably, especially if you are carrying a heavy load.
If vehicle speed drops more than 16 km/h (10 mph), the speed

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual DRIVING THROUGH WATER
Do not drive quickly through standing water, especially if the depth is
unknown. Traction or brake capability may be limited and if the ignition
system gets wet, your engine may
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