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1992 Ford Ranger

Tiny

jkinfordman

February, 2, 2014 AT 11:42 AM

I have a 1992 ford ranger 5spd 2.3. Recently i
my bottom end went out so I bought a motor out of an old fox body. Had to change the head. Mine is an 8 plug dual coil pack. That motor had a distributor. We swapped heads went to go put the crank sensor on. There is no holes for the crank position sensor to bolt too. What are ny options?

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Tiny

emergencytech

February, 2, 2014 AT 1:07 PM

There is no hole for crank sensor because the engine used a distutor to determine timing and cylinder number 1 tdc. I think your going to need the wiring from fox body or get the correct engine thats what I would do

Tiny

jkinfordman

February, 2, 2014 AT 5:24 PM

Is there anyway to get holes drilled at a machine shop to make it work?

Tiny

CJ MEDEVAC

February, 2, 2014 AT 7:57 PM

WHAT ARE YOU GONNA DO ABOUT THE LITTLE MAGNET PERFECTLY DRILLED AND PRESSED INTO THE RIGHT SPOT IN THE CRANK?

THE MEDIC

Tiny

emergencytech

February, 3, 2014 AT 7:50 AM

Sorry but drilling a hole is not a option for there is no reluctor on the crank

Tiny

jkinfordman

February, 3, 2014 AT 8:41 PM

Holes drilled. Trucks running great. Thanks

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