2002 FORD RANGER

Asked by Feb 01, 2017 at 01:00 PM about the Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

SOME ONE RAN INTO THE FRONT OF ME. DID NOT EVEN MAKE A DENT. BUT IF SHAKES LIKE CRAZY. LIKE SOMEONE IS HITTING U FROM THE BACK. CAN NOT DRIVE. ENGINE IS FINEL

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Check to see if you have a bent wheel or suspension damage.

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starts shaking when i start it. was great before The front got hit very lightly.only 88,000 miles

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Is the CEL (check engine light) on? If so you need to have the codes read. This sounds like an ignition miss of some kind.

start good but shakes bad. how to read codes.

any free online repair manuals.

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