1996 Ford Ranger 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Manual 254k miles
Thank you for viewing my question and helping me. I have just replaced a clutch in my 96 Ford Ranger. The issue was that the truck would grind gears going into any gear. We'd had problems before with fluid loss somewhere between the master and slave cylinder. No repairs done. Just kept it full. Anyhow lately the grinding started. We within the last few days have changed the clutch and throwout bearing and surfaced the flywheel which all went smooth. We had a really difficult time reconnecting the quick disconnect for the line from the master to slave. Now the truck will not go into any gear. Have bled the system repeatedly and still no change. When you look through the hole at the clutch pack turning you can see that the travel of the throwout bearing is only about half an inch when the pedal is depressed. I am thinking Master Cylinder. We did not change either master or slave.
Wednesday, May 21st, 2008 AT 12:52 PM