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PREMIUM/AUDIOPHILE IN-DASH CD6/MP3 DISC PIONEER AUDIO SYSTEM
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(If equipped)
ESSENTIAL INFORMATION
CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM
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MUTE
Press to mute the system. Press again to listen to the system.
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MENU
Press MENU repeatedly to toggle through the following modes: Autoset, Bass, Treble,
Balance, Fade, Next/Previous Directory, Flat File/Directory Mode, Track #/Normal Music
Name/File Name. Use the arrows on either side of the menu button to adjust settings within
each of these modes.
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TUNE/DISC (CD Eject)
Press to manually go down/up (using the arrow buttons) the radio frequency, select the
previous/next CD or to select various settings in menu mode.
TEXT
In MP3/ music name/file name mode, press to view the next 12 characters in the MP3
music name/filename of the current MP3 track and directory.
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PRESETS
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To set a station: select desired frequency band (AM/FM1/FM2), press and hold the
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EJECT (CD Eject)
Press to eject the CD. Press and hold to eject all CDs in the system.
In Radio, CD, and MP3 flat file mode, press the arrow buttons to access the
previous/next strong station or track. In MP3 directory mode, press to select the next/
previous track in the current directory.
12 ON/OFF/VOLUME
Press to turn the system on or off. Turn to change volume level. If the volume is set above
a certain level and the ignition is turned off, the volume will reset to a normal listening level
when the ignition is switched back on.
CLK (Clock)
Press CLK until SELECT HOUR or SELECT MINUTE is displayed. Press the arrows on either side of
the MENU button to adjust the hours and minutes.
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13 LOAD
Press to load a CD. Press and hold to autoload up to six discs.
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A FAN SPEED CONTROL – Rotate the knob
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to adjust the volume of air circulated in
the vehicle.
B TEMPERATURE CONTROL – Rotate the
knob to adjust the temperature of the
airflow inside the vehicle.
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the vehicle. Airflow will be from the instrument
panel registers. The air conditioning will
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only function if the outside temperature is
about 6°C (43°F) or higher.
D PANEL – Distributes outside air through
the instrument panel registers. The air will
not be cooled below the outside temperature
because the air conditioning does not operate
in this mode.
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PANEL AND FLOOR – Distributes outside
air through the instrument panel registers
and the floor ducts. Heating and air conditioning
capabilities are provided in this mode.
FLOOR – Distributes outside air through
the floor ducts. The air will not be cooled
below the outside temperature because the
air conditioning does not operate in this mode.
G FLOOR AND DEFROST – Distributes out-
C A/C (if equipped) – Uses outside air to cool
AM/FM
Press to select AM/FM1/FM2 frequency bands.
CD
Press to enter CD mode. If a CD is already in the system, the disc will start playing.
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desired preset button until sound returns. To select a preset station, press the desired memory
preset button.
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Quick Reference
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9 COMPRESSION
With Compression active, the system will bring loud and soft passages together to
achieve a more consistent listening level.
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY
Customer Relationship Center
P.O. Box 6248
Dearborn, Michigan 48121
(800) 392-3673
TIRE PRESSURE – Your tire pressure is properly set at the dealership according to the recommended
specifications found on the Certification Label located on the front door latch pillar on the driver’s side.
Proper tire pressure is very important for a smooth and safe ride. Please check your tire pressure during
routine maintenance and seasonal changes.
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This Quick Reference Guide is not intended to replace your vehicle’s Owner’s Guide,
which contains more detailed information concerning the features of your vehicle and
important safety warnings to help reduce the risk of injury to you and your occupants.
Always read your entire Owner’s Guide carefully when first learning about your vehicle
and consult the appropriate section when questions arise.
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FUEL TANK CAPACITY – Regular-cab vehicles with a short wheel base have a 17.0-gallon tank,
while regular-cab vehicles with a long wheel base have a 20.3-gallon tank. The fuel tank of SuperCab
vehicles can accommodate 19.5 gallons of gasoline. All Rangers are designed to use "Regular" unleaded
gasoline with pump (R+M)/2 octane rating of 87 for optimum performance. The use of gasoline with
lower octane ratings may degrade performance.
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side air through the windshield defroster ducts
and the floor ducts. Heating and air conditioning
capabilities are provided in this mode.
DEFROST – Distributes outside air through
the windshield defroster ducts. It can be
used to clear ice or fog from the windshield.
MAX A/C (if equipped) – Max A/C is the best
way to cool off fast because it uses recirculated
air and less power to quickly cool the vehicle.
MAX A/C is noisier than A/C, but more
economical and efficient. This mode can also
be used to prevent undesirable odors from
entering the vehicle. The air conditioning will
only function if the outside temperature is
about 6°C (43°F) or higher.
FUSES – If electrical components in the vehicle are not working, a fuse may have blown. For more
information about changing a fuse, please consult your Owner’s Guide.
FUEL PUMP SHUT-OFF SWITCH – After a collision, if the engine cranks but does not start, the fuel
pump shut-off switch may have to be reset. The switch is located in the passenger’s foot well, by the kick
panel. For complete details on resetting your fuel pump shut-off switch, please consult your Owner’s Guide.
CHANGING THE TIRES – If you get a flat tire while driving, do not apply the brake heavily. Instead,
gradually decrease your speed. Hold the steering wheel firmly and slowly move to a safe place on the
side of the road. Your vehicle is equipped with a spare tire. Some spare tires are for limited service use
only. Limited service spare tires are labeled as such.
LOCATION OF THE SPARE TIRE AND TOOLS
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LOCATION
Spare Tire
Under the vehicle, just forward of the rear bumper
Jack, Jack Handle,
Wheel Nut Wrench
REGULAR CAB: behind seats and underneath the
jack and tools cover
TWO-DOOR SUPERCAB: stowed in the passengerside rear cab compartment or behind the jump seat
in a separate tool bag
FOUR-DOOR SUPERCAB: stowed behind the front
seats, between the jump seats and underneath the
jack and tools cover
ROADSIDE EMERGENCIES – To fully assist if you should have a vehicle concern, Ford offers a
complimentary roadside assistance program. This program is separate from the New Vehicle
Limited Warranty. The service is available 24 hours, seven days a week for the Basic Warranty period
(Canada) or New Vehicle Limited Warranty period (U.S.) of three years or 60,000 km (36,000 miles).
Roadside assistance will cover: Changing a flat tire, Jump-starts, Limited fuel delivery, Lock-out
assistance, and Towing of your vehicle.
Roadside Assistance Centers: UNITED STATES (800) 241-3673 | CANADA (800) 665-2006
For complete details on any roadside assistance concern, see the Roadside Emergencies section or the Customer Assistance section in your Owner’s Guide.
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With power tuned to its size and handling, your Ford Ranger is like sheer adrenaline cast in sheet metal,
promising you a smooth ride on every rugged road. In order to help you fully appreciate the countless
features of your new Ranger, we invite you to explore this easy-to-use Quick Reference Guide. Using the
image of the instrument panel located in the center of the guide, locate the feature you would like to learn
more about. Each numbered feature is briefly described to the left of the instrument panel image. For more
information, please consult your Owner’s Guide. You can also get additional information by visiting Ford
I N ST R U M E N T PA N E L F E AT U R E S
CHECK ENGINE LAMP
Illuminates briefly to ensure the system is functional. If the light turns solid or blinks after the engine
is started, one of the engine’s emission control systems may be malfunctioning. Drive your vehicle in a
moderate fashion (avoiding heavy acceleration and deceleration) and have your vehicle serviced at the
first available opportunity. Always Tightly Secure Your Fuel Cap. Turn the fuel cap to the right 1/8 turn until it
clicks. If your "CHECK FUEL CAP" light on the instrument panel illuminates, remove and retighten the fuel cap.
It may take up to five starts to reset the light.
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online at www.ford.com or www.fordvehicles.com.
ABS WARNING LAMP
Illuminates momentarily when the ignition is turned to the ON or START position. In an emergency,
apply continuous force on the brake to prevent wheel lock when braking on slippery surfaces – do not
pump your brakes. Any pulsation or noise you may feel or hear is normal.
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HAZARD FLASHER CONTROL
The hazard flasher control is located on the top of the steering column. Press to
activate all hazard flashers simultaneously in an emergency to warn traffic of vehicle breakdown,
approaching danger, etc. Press the control again to turn the flashers off.
back on, insert the ignition key and turn the switch to the ON position. When the ignition is
turned to ON, the OFF light will briefly illuminate to indicate that the passenger air bag is operational. The passenger air bag should always be ON, unless the passenger meets the deactivation
criteria set forth by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Please consult your
Owner’s Guide before deactivating the passenger air bag on/off switch.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
DOOR CONTROLS
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GEARSHIFT/OVERDRIVE CONTROL (if equipped)
Overdrive is the normal drive position for the best fuel economy. Only deactivate
(O/D OFF) overdrive when: driving with a heavy load, towing a trailer up or down steep
hills, or when additional engine braking is desired. To deactivate, press the transmission
control switch on the end of the gearshift lever.
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ELECTRONIC FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE (4X4) CONTROL (if equipped)
2WD, power is supplied to the rear axle only. In 4X4 High, power is supplied to both the front
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and rear axles for increased traction. 4X4 Low supplies power to both the front and rear axles, but
at low speeds. To shift from 2WD into 4X4 High, turn the control to the 4X4 High position as long as the
rear wheels are NOT slipping. To shift from 4X4 High back into 2WD, turn the control to the 2WD
position at any forward speed. To shift from 2WD into 4X4 Low, 4X4 Low back into 2WD, or to shift
between 4X4 High and 4X4 Low: Bring the vehicle to a stop, and then depress the brake. Place the
gearshift in N (Neutral) or depress the clutch, and then turn the control to the desired position.
AUXILIARY POWER POINT
This electrical outlet should be used in place of the cigarette lighter for optional
electrical accessories. Do not hang any type of accessory or accessory bracket from the
plug. Improper use of the power outlet may cause damage not covered by your warranty.
FOGLAMP CONTROL (if equipped)
Press to activate the foglamps during headlamp operation. The foglamp indicator
light will illuminate. Press the control again to deactivate the foglamps. The foglamps
will not operate when the high beams are activated.
alarm will only operate when the ignition is in the OFF or ACC position.
The optional power door lock disable feature helps protect your vehicle from unauthorized entry. Please refer to
your Owner’s Guide for complete details on activating/deactivating the power door lock disable feature.
or above 48 km/h (30 mph). To set a speed, press SET ACC. To set a higher speed, press SET ACC again.
To set a lower speed, press COAST. Pressing RSM will return to a previously set speed. To turn the speed
control off, press the OFF button or turn off the vehicle’s ignition, or depress the brake pedal to disengage.
UNLOCK – Press this control once to unlock the driver’s door, and twice to unlock all of the doors. The
3 interior lamps will then illuminate.
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Inside the vehicle, pull the hood release handle located under the bottom of the instrument panel
near the steering column. Next, release the auxiliary latch located under the front center of the hood. Lift
the hood and secure it with the prop rod.
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SIGNAL AND WIPER/WASHER CONTROL
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Rotate the windshield wiper control to the desired interval, low- or highspeed position. When in the intermittent position, rotate the control upward for
fast intervals and downward for slow intervals. Push the control on the end of the
stalk briefly for a single wipe (no wash). Push and hold for three wipes with a
wash. Push and hold for a longer wash cycle (up to ten seconds). For extended
wiper blade quality, occasional cleaning of the wiper blades is required.
PASSENGER AIR BAG ON/OFF SWITCH
To turn the passenger air bag off, insert the ignition key, turn the switch to the OFF
position and hold in the OFF position while removing the key. The OFF light will illuminate momentarily to indicate the deactivation of the passenger air bag when the ignition is turned to ON. To turn the passenger air bag
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DOOR CONTROLS
POWER SIDE VIEW MIRRORS (if equipped) – Move the selector
control to the left to adjust the left mirror, or to the right to adjust the right
mirror. Next, move the mirror control in the direction you wish to tilt the mirror.
Return the selector control to the center position to lock the mirrors in place.
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ONE TOUCH DOWN (if equipped) – This feature allows you to fully open
the driver’s window when you press AUTO completely down and then
release quickly. Press again to stop window operation.
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The interior lights will turn on when the remote is used to unlock the doors or sound the
personal alarm. The interior lights will turn off if the ignition switch is turned to the RUN or ACC position, or after
25 seconds of illumination. The dome lamp control (if equipped) must not be set to the OFF position for the illuminated entry system to operate.
CONTROL (if equipped)
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To operate, the speed control must be ON and the vehicle’s speed must be at
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AND PANEL DIMMER CONTROL
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Rotate clockwise to the first position to turn on the parking lamps. Rotate
to the second position to also turn on the headlamps. Use the instrument panel
dimmer control, which is located to the right of the headlamp control, to adjust
the brightness of the instrument panel during headlamp and parking lamp
operation. Rotate up to brighten and down to dim. Rotate to the full up position
to also turn on the interior lamps. To turn off the interior lamps, rotate the
dimmer control past the detent. Rotating the dimmer control to the full down
position will turn off all interior lamps and instrument panel lights.
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PANIC ALARM – Press this control to activate the alarm. Press it again or turn the
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to ON to deactivate, or wait for the alarm to time out in 3 minutes. The panic
AUDIO SYSTEM (if equipped) Please see reverse side for more details.
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LOCK – Press this control once to lock all of the doors. The park lamps will flash
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confirm that all doors are closed and locked. Pressing the control a second time
will chirp the horn and flash the lights to confirm that all doors are closed and locked.
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REMOTE ENTRY SYSTEM (if equipped)
POWER DOOR LOCKS (if equipped) – Press the top of the control to
unlock all of the doors and the bottom to lock all of the doors. The optional
power door lock disable feature helps protect your vehicle from unauthorized
entry. Please refer to your Owner’s Guide for complete details on activating/
deactivating this feature.
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POWER WINDOWS (if equipped) – Press and hold the top portion of the
rocker switch to close the window. Press and hold the bottom portion to open.
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REAR DOORS (if equipped)
Make sure your rear doors are properly latched. The rear doors of the Ranger four
door must be securely closed before closing the front doors.
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