2000 ford ranger xlt supercab

Discussion in '1989 - 1992 Ford Ranger' started by ctomlinson, Jan 19, 2012.

  1. ctomlinson

    ctomlinson New Member

    I have purchased the captioned vehicle which is lacking plastic switch covers on the steering wheel. Can someone help identify the switches?

    Also there is circuit to the drivers seat but I cannot find the switch to operate it.
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  3. Switches may be on the side of the seat, and can you post pictures of the caps that are missing, or at least a better description of them? Could be your cruise pods...
  4. klinger86

    klinger86 Moderator

    the plastic on the steering wheel is the cruise control pods.... you cna find them at a local junk yard or you can put up a thread in the trades and sales section we have several members here that sell items like that.... and what type of circuit are you talking about to the drivers seat?
  5. Hooligan

    Hooligan Rangerholic!!

    Pics would help alot and we can give you the exact answer you need
  6. 01B3000

    01B3000 ORIGINAL Portable Seizure

    Rangers didnt come with power seats, at least to my knowledge, that circuit is most likely going to the seatbelt latch, which lets the annoying dinger know when to ding.
  7. OP

    ctomlinson New Member

    To all who replied I offer my THANKS. I'll look for the cruise control pads in the trade section and now know the the seat circuit activates the seat belt alarm (ding).
  8. OP

    ctomlinson New Member

    To all who replied I say Thank You. I will check the trade section for the cruise control pads and now know the seat circuit control the seat belt alarm.

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