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94 ranger clutch trouble

hi i have a 94 ford ranger 4x4 and i cant get my clutch to work i just replaced the clutch and the throwout bearing and have been driving it for a couple weeks but the other day i went to start it and i had no pedal i pumped it a couple times and it worked fine today i parked on a hill got back in adn i have no pedal at all no matter what i do i tried bleeding it but no luck i pulled the rubber plug on the side of the bell housing and my slave cylinder doesnt seem to be leaking could it be bad without leaking or do i still have air in it sumwhere any help would be awesome im kinda stumped
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Re: 94 ranger clutch trouble

Sounds like a knackered clutch master cyl .
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Re: 94 ranger clutch trouble

my fluid did look kinda dirty when i took the cap off to check my fluid does that mean nething
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Re: 94 ranger clutch trouble

Usually seals inside master cyl that can fail / draw air .
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cool whats the best way to go about fixing the problem is it cheaper to rebuild it or shud i just buy new idk if i wana get one from the junkyard seems like it wud be kinda risky and alota wasted time if i get a bad one
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You usually can get a master cyl. seal kit if not too much wear in bore , eliminates getting a dud from junkyard . You should price a new cyl. also , might not be too bad and gives you the insurance of having a warranty . Then compare price of kit against replacement cyl . and see whats best .
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ok will do a new one cost right around 50 bucks i gota price seals but 50 bucks isnt bad and might save alota time n agrivation of trying to rebuild it ive never rebuilt one b4 and im not sure how hard it will be but thanx for the help :)
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Glad to help , fingers crossed this solves your problem .
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