Ford Ranger 2010
This is what Graham Smith liked most about this particular version of the Ford Ranger: Comfort, Engines, Cabin ergonomics
The 2010 Ford Ranger carries a braked towing capacity of up to 3000 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
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Ford Ranger 2010 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Ford Ranger 2010 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Why is the engine in my 2010 Ford Ranger losing power?
It could be the either the turbocharger or the injector pump at fault here. But equally, it could be an intake system blocked with oil and soot residue, a clogged exhaust system, worn or blocked fuel-injectors, a dirty air-filter, poor fuel quality. It could even be a dud sensor somewhere on the engine or even an electronic fault within the on-board computer. It might even be an engine that has worn out internals.
The first thing I’d do is interrogate the on-board computer to see if it offers up any fault codes that could be used to diagnose the problem. From there, it’s down to checking the mechanical stuff like the condition of the turbocharger (particularly its bearing) and even performing a leak-down and compression test to get an idea of the condition of the engine.Show more
Ford Ranger 2010: Gearbox problems
Have you checked the clutch? It could be worn out at that sort of mileage. If that’s ok get the adjustment of the selector checked.Show more
Ford Ranger: Clunky transmission
Before you worry about what might happen in the future the problem needs to be fixed now. I suspect the problem is not the computer, but within the transmission. Have an auto transmission mechanic check it.Show more
Starting problem with 2010 Ford Ranger
Is it getting hot when you’re driving it? A car can be hard to start, even sound like the battery is flat when you go to crank it, when it gets hot. Leaving it the extra time gives it a chance to cool down.Show more