I have a 96 Ranger Extended cab with the 5 speed.
I have it for about 3 years now and it has 110,000 miles on it.
It routinely gets 18 MPG City and 20 MPG Highway.
I've done almost everything possible to try to increase the MPG.
new O2 sensors, MAF cleaning, new spark plugs, new tires, new timing belt, hoses, and drive belts, seafoam.....
I have a hard time believing a 4 cylinder 2.3L engine gets this low of gas mileage.
My last option I was considering was to check the temperature upstream and downstream of the catalytic converter to see if it was clogged as I understand this could lower MPG.
Is this MPG normal or should I keep investigating? Because if it is normal I am ready to get rid of it....