DESPITE being without both Peter Cumiskey and Kevin Lynch, Vauxhall lined up a third round trophy pairing with Lancaster City after a convincing 3-0 victory at Marston Road on Saturday.
The Motormen have been paired once more with the side that ended their FA Cup interests last month, and the tie will take place at Rivacre Park on January 12.
There was little to choose between Vauxhall and their Dr Martens Premier Division hosts early on, but three minutes after keeper Chris Holmes proved his worth again with a great save to deny Darren Boughey, Vauxhall moved in front.
Stuart Wright made good progress down the left flank before crossing to the near post, where Nicky Young was unmarked and finished well, giving Ryan Price in Rangers' goal no chance from close range on 26 minutes.
Holmes then went full length to thwart Scott Dundas before the Motormen struck a crucial second on 32 minutes.
Young was this time the provider with a beautiful through-ball to Terry Fearns who calmly fired home, despite the attentions of two chasing defenders, for his 18th of the season.
Holmes again became Motors' saviour with a third excellent save to keep out a powerful header from defender Chris Brindley.
Just before the interval, home striker Anthony Eccleston dragged a great chance wide of the target, having also missed an earlier opportunity.
That miss, coupled with the sending off of Shaun Wray on 57 minutes for a stamping offence on Wayne McDermott, totally deflated Rangers and the Motormen were now in complete control.
The former Wembley victors were soon left chasing shadows as defender Matt Haddrell headed home Carl Nesbitt's free kick from the right touchline beyond Price on 68 minutes.
Manager Alvin McDonald said: 'I'm absolutely delighted, I think we should play away from home all the time after some recent below-par home displays.
We set our stall out early on and I just wish I could bottle these away performances and take them back to Rivacre.
'We have beaten a good side today and if we could be consistent in that level of performance, we would not be far away at the end of the season.'
Vauxhall: Holmes, Rigby, McDermott, Brazier, Haddrell, Croxton, Nesbitt, Lawton (Spellman 71), Fearns (Stanhope 71), Young (Cullen 88), Wright.