WELCOME TO THE RANGER ELECTRIC VEHICLE
Ford Ranger EV The 1999 Ranger Electric Vehicle is very similar to the gas-powered Ranger in appearance, interior and controls. The Ranger Electric Vehicle was built to be transparent from the gas-powered Ranger. There are enough differences that you should read this manual. Operation is the same, but some functions are different. The regular Ranger owner’s manual covers common systems. This Owner’s Guide Supplement contains the information specific to the Ranger Electric Vehicle.
Ford Ranger Service indicator lamp
Ford Ranger EV service manual The service indicator lamp indicates that a vehicle malfunction has occurred. The vehicle should be returned to an authorized Ford Electric Vehicle (EV) Dealer for service.
Ford Brake warning lamp
The brake warning lamp illuminates when there is a regenerative braking system malfunction, low fluid level in the master cylinder or low fluid pressure in the hydraulic lines, or when the parking brake is engaged. If the lamp remains illuminated after the parking brake is fully released and the master cylinder is full, the vehicle should be taken to an authorized Ford EV Dealer.
Ford Charging lamp
Ford Ranger EV Owner's ManualThe charging lamp illuminates when the key is turned to the ON or START position while the vehicle is connected to the power control station (PCS). If the lamp flashes when the key is in the ON position, there is a vehicle malfunction and the drive battery cannot be charged. Confirm the vehicle is in park and the PCS cord is properly attached. If the vehicle is in P (Park) and the PCS cord is properly connected and the charging lamp continues to flash, then the vehicle should be taken to an authorized Ford EV Dealer.
Ford Ranger Low oil pressure lamp
The low oil pressure lamp indicates that the transaxle oil lubrication system is operating below the desired pressure. Oil cannot be added by the owner. The vehicle should be returned to an authorized Ford EV Dealer as soon as possible. Driving in excess of 50 miles to reach an authorized dealer may damage the transaxle.
Ford Power limit lamp
The power limit lamp indicates a system fault or reduced vehicle performance to conserve remaining drive battery power. As the vehicle nears complete discharge, the power limit lamp will illuminate. High-voltage accessories (A/C and heat) will be disabled. You will notice a decrease in vehicle performance and you must return to a PCS (power control station) immediately. The lamp will begin to flash and the performance of the vehicle will be severely limited. The vehicle will continue to operate until the drive battery is completely drained; however, driving under this condition will damage the battery, resulting in reduced battery life.
Ford Anti-lock brake system (ABS) lamp
The ABS lamp indicates that there is a malfunction with the ABS. If the light stays on or continues to flash after the vehicle is started, return the vehicle to an authorized Ford EV Dealer for service.
Ford Ranger Econ mode lamp
The econ mode lamp indicates that the gearshift is in the E (Economy) position. This mode is recommended for urban traffic and will improve range by increasing the effects of regenerative braking and limiting top speed to 105 km/h (65 mph). The D (Drive) position is recommended for highway operation at steady speeds.
Ford Ranger Power reset lamp
The power reset lamp indicates that the inertia shutoff switch has been tripped and all high-voltage power has been disconnected and power has been limited to the traction battery. If there is no damage to the vehicle, reset the switch to reactivate the high-voltage power systems.
Air conditioning (A/C) and heater controls
The control for your air conditioning and heater system is located at the center of the instrument panel below the radio and will operate in the KEY-ON position. Your air conditioner and heater will heat and/or cool your vehicle interior depending on the function position and temperature you select. The mode selector knob allows you to select heating or cooling, and determine where the air will be directed. The temperature control knob setting determines the desired interior temperature of the vehicle. To turn your air conditioner or heater system on, select any position except OFF. This will turn the fan on and allows air flow into the vehicle. To turn your air conditioner or heater system off, select OFF. This will turn the fan off and stop airflow from coming into the vehicle.
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Fan speed knob
The left knob on the control is the fan control knob, which controls the volume of air flow. Rotate the knob to the right to increase fan speed and increase the amount of air entering the vehicle. Four fan speed positions are available and are indicated by dots beside the control knob. The largest dot is the high-speed position.
Temperature control knob
The temperature control knob is the rotating knob located at the center of the control with tapered red and blue bands surrounding most of the knob. The wide red part of the band (full right) is the warm temperature area. The wide blue part of the band (full left) is the cool temperature area. Any position selected between full right and full left will give a temperature between maximum heating 29°C (84°F) and maximum cooling 18°C (64°F) (A/C and MAX A/C modes only).
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