BECOME A MEMBER
Sign up with Facebook
I AGREE TO THE
Login with Facebook
BECOME A MEMBER
The clutch is going out again
1996 FORD RANGER
The clutch is going out again. Have replaced it three times in last 100,000 miles. Should I replace it or give up? Can an automatic transmission be put into this truck? V6-245 4WD
Monday, November 12th, 2012 AT 11:06 PM
Very expensive changeover.
Clutch wearing is usually due to driver issues. I would try a different brand clutch like a original ford unit. Cheap is never better.
Monday, November 12th, 2012 AT 11:26 PM
to post a reply.
Other Transmission Clutch Replace/Remove Questions
1996 Ford Ranger Replacing Clutch
Drive Train Axles Bearings Problem 1996 Ford Ranger 6 Cyl Four Wheel Drive Manual 201000 Miles How Do I Get The Hyd Line That Goes In...
How Can I Remove A Torn Up Clutch Pilot Bearing?
I Am Trying To Remove A Clutch Pilot Bearing, The Cluth Pilot Bearing Is Torn Apart I Want To Know How Can I Take It Out Can I Use A Chisel...
1998 Ford Ranger Clutch Replacement
Drive Train Axles Bearings Problem 1998 Ford Ranger 4 Cyl Two Wheel Drive Manual 163000 Miles Are There Any Special Tools Required To...
1984 Ford Ranger Clutch & Bearing Replacement
Transmission Problem 1984 Ford Ranger 4 Cyl Four Wheel Drive Manual I Need The Proceedure For Replacing The Clutch Master Cylinder...
Related Transmission Clutch Replace/Remove Questions
How Do I Remove The Clutch Starter Safety Switch?
Removal Of Clutch Line 2000 Ford Ranger
How Do I Replace A Clutch Pilot Bearing?
Ask a Car Question. It's Free!
Clutch/Flywheel/Rear Main Seal Replacement
Clutch Not Working
Find a car manual for your car
© 1999 - 2016 2CarPros, Inc.