1993 Ford Explorer no movement

Tiny
JOE_GETCHELL
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  • 1993 FORD EXPLORER
  • 6 CYL
  • 4WD
  • MANUAL
  • 161,000 MILES
When the truck is running, I cant get it into gear. When I do get into gear, I go to let the clutch out and I hear a loud fast click-like noise come from the rear of the tranny. The truck does not move when you let the clutch out. It trys to move when the clutch is half way out but doesnt move far before the noise starts. I took the transfer case off and I couldnt find anything wrong with it. With it off I put it in gear and the tranny works fine. Then I took the case off the rear or the tranny and looked at the gears but also nothing. You have any ideas? Any transmission diagrams?
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Saturday, November 22nd, 2008 AT 3:43 PM

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DAVE H
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Your clutch has worn out and needs replacing

CLUTCH DISC & PRESSURE PLATE
Removal
Disconnect negative battery cable. Disconnect clutch master cylinder push rod. Raise vehicle and remove starter. Disconnect clutch slave cylinder hydraulic line by pressing White retainer bushing with Disconnect Tool (T88T-70522-A) while pulling on line. See Fig. 8.
Remove transmission. See TRANSMISSION under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. Place reference mark on pressure plate and flywheel for reassembly reference. Loosen pressure plate-to-flywheel bolts evenly until springs are expanded. Remove pressure plate and clutch disc.
Installation
Clean pressure plate and flywheel surface with alcohol-based solvent. Place clutch disc on flywheel. Align disc center with pilot bearing using old input shaft or clutch pilot shaft.
Place pressure plate on flywheel and align reference mark. Tighten bolts evenly in a crisscross sequence. Remove clutch pilot shaft. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure.
CLUTCH RELEASE BEARING
Removal (Internally Mounted Slave Cylinder)
With transmission removed, twist release bearing and carrier assembly until resistance is felt. Turning the assembly further will allow the preload spring to push the bearing assembly from the slave cylinder. See Fig. 9.
MD11Installation (Internally Mounted Slave Cylinder)
Prior to installation, lubricate bearing bore and bearing carrier with multipurpose grease. Install release bearing assembly to clutch slave cylinder by pushing into place.
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Sunday, November 23rd, 2008 AT 2:53 PM

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