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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 CHANGING THE TIRES
If you get a flat tire while driving, do not apply the brake heavily.
Instead, gradually decrease your speed. Hold the steering wheel firmly
and slowly move to a safe place on the s

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual 4. If your vehicle is equipped with P265/75 R15 AT tires, do not stow a
flat or inflated full size spare tire in the spare tire carrier. The flat full
size tire should be stowed and tied down in the p

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual ²Five tire rotation
Replacing the tires
Replace the tires when the wear
band is visible through the tire
treads.
When replacing full size tires, never mix radial, bias-belted, or
bias-type tires. Use

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual Do not replace your tires with ªhigh performanceº tires or larger
size tires.
Failure to follow these precautions may adversely affect the
handling of the vehicle and make it easier for the driver t

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual Driving style Ð good driving and fuel economy habits
Give consideration to the lists that follow and you may be able to change
a number of variables and improve your fuel economy.
Habits
²Smooth, mo

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FORD RANGER 1999 2.G Owners Manual Item Information
Recommended fuel Refer to9Octane recommendations9in
theMaintenance and carechapter.
Fuel tank capacity (Regular
cab-Short wheel base)62.4L (16.5 gallons)
Fuel tank capacity (Regular
c