Transmission problems

Discussion in 'Drivetrain Tech' started by Nick Marino, Apr 29, 2018.

  1. Nick Marino

    Nick Marino New Member

    I was reinstalling my transmission and the bolt thats on the left side by starter on 2007 ford ranger 4 cylinder Manuel i could not remember but once i put bolts back in that small bracket that holds fuel lines i put that into the bolt and tightened everything.but before i really mess up i want opinions if its ok to do so or remove and start all over
     
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  3. Sam

    Sam New Member

    Okay Nick it seems that you need to be a little more clear of what you're trying to say my friend. You are running a 2007 Ford Ranger 4 cylinder with manual transmission, and and you're putting the transmission back in and there's fuel lines that is connected somewhere along the line, and how it's going together - you want to make sure you're doing it right, right? Good question I will look into it. You can check on YouTube as well it might have some answers. (Reinstalling manual transmission Ford Ranger 2007) it's a start, I'll keep looking.
     

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