Most of us who drive/own pickups, love them. Rancheros and El Caminos count as well, as anything with a bed is my point…not forgetting Caballeros…Phil.
A truck is a personal choice; like buying a book, or a CD, or art; it’s personal. Choosing and buying a truck reflects who we are.
I’ve had my ’02 Ranger now for 16 years.
A reader suggested that I had water in the fuel, after I posted my latest issue. I went to the local Carquest and purchased three bottles of HEET. I shall attempt later today to see if that worked. I used to put in a bottle every fall…just because, and never had any water in fuel problems…lesson learned.
I have yet to trim my ribeye roast, so that’s on the agenda for today, after determining whether or not I need to keep my appt with the garage tomorrow.
I added a bottle of red HEET earlier today, and just returned from a test drive. All seems to be well with the Ranger.
I had two bottles of red, and one yellow. The yellow went in the truck, the red in the wife’s Escape, and one spare…for the winter. I don’t know the difference between them, as they both claim to absorb water out of the fuel tank.
Thanks again mbumgua for the tip.