The Ford Ranger uses an electric starter to engage the flywheel. This is the first process in the complicated inner workings of an internal combustion motor. The flywheel engages the crankshaft, which sets the spark that causes acceleration.
Replacing a faulty starter will ensure that this cycle continues to be consistent and helps keep your Ford Ranger running for many miles to come. Replacing one is straightforward and should take very little time to remove and reinstall.
Removing the Starter
Isolate the electricity. Remove the negative and positive lead on the battery.