95 ranger 2.4l 5-speed 2wd

Discussion in '1993 - 1997 Ford Ranger' started by guardsmen14, Mar 21, 2019.

  1. guardsmen14

    guardsmen14 New Member

    I just bought this truck about a week ago and I've been driving it back and forth to work everyday (55 miles each way) and I've just now have had time to fully look over the truck like under the hood and everything, and i noticied that at the bottom of the engine block towards the back by the transmission that its either wet or its grease not sure yet but the truck doesn't seem to have an problems getting up to speed or overheating but what could it be its only towards the bottom of the block by the spark plugs nowhere else? any help would be nice. I'll try and upload a picture if i can get one
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  3. DeanMk

    DeanMk Member

    It's oil. Probably valve cove gasket....and its a 2.3, not a 2.4.

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