Ford Ranger: Big Truck in a Tiny Package
Ford Rangers, the smallest pickup truck made by Ford, were introduced to the market in 1983. The truck was finally pulled off the production line in 2011, ending an almost 30 year run as one of the leaders in small pickup trucks. The Ranger began as an economical option to other small pickups on the market, and Ford’s styling made it an instant favorite among consumers needing the functionality of a pickup without wanting the heavier-duty, less fuel-efficient alternatives.
If you use your Ford Ranger to head off to work, haul business supplies or carry farm equipment, you want to keep your truck on the road, not sitting on the side of the road while you deal with an overheating engine. If your truck shows signs of overheating, you probably are already looking at the radiator as a possible culprit. The radiator, the main component in your cooling system, is essential to keeping your truck running smoothly.
A damaged or malfunctioning radiator can be a serious issue for your truck. Your radiator may have a leak, causing a loss of coolant through steam evacuating through the leak. Your radiator may not be functioning properly due to a problem with your thermostat or water pump. If your radiator is not working properly, the most cost-effective and simplest solution may be to replace it. That’s where radiator.com can help.
We can find the radiator you need for your Ford Ranger produced from 1983 through 2011. With over 200 locations, we are able to maintain a large volume of product that is local to you, allowing us to guarantee delivery of your parts the same day that you order them. This way we can help you get your Ford Ranger quickly repaired and ready to get back on the road.