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Old 10-16-2012, 12:39   #1 (permalink)
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1995 Ranger XLT burnt out clutch

Hello, I burnt the clutch up on my ranger a while back and I need to replace it. I remember seeing a post on here of a guy replacing a clutch etc on a ranger and it had pictures etc, it was actually linked to another post by a guy helping a guy, but I believe it was from these forums. Yea I know it sounds sorta vague so far but I'm not finding much info on clutch problems other than people with the air bleeding issues after doing the work. My main concern in looking all this up is, What do I need to take apart to get it done? I'd rather not disconnect everything up to the tail lights just to swap the clutch out and if I remember correctly some fella was able to swap his clutch and slave out without having to drop everything in the truck to do it. I want to be like that guy. In the end I'll do whatever needs doing to get it done but if it makes my day go easier why not ask, right? So does anyone have a link to clutch replacement on a 1995 or similar year Ford Ranger XLT 2.3L manual 2wd?
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