I Have 95 4x4 Ranger With 115000 Easy Miles On It And I Am On Clutch Number 4. Same Issue Every Time Throw-out Bearing Slash Slave Cylender Fails. Is There An Aftermarket Clucth That Is More Durable? If So Who Makes It
Wow bubb! 4th clutch? either you suck at driving a standard or who ever is doing the work and replacement parts is a **** up and is screwing you over. Ide be layering up at this point if I was you. And either have a MotorCraft replacement put in or def get a good after market one, cuz they do make performance clutches for Rangers. Just depends on how much money you really want to spend.
don't suck at driving a clutch i have never had to replace one in the last 27 years of driving. first clutch failed a 68000 next before 75000 next before 82000 now again at 115000. always the slave cylinder failing. what would cause the slave to fail?
it has been three different shops and a ford dealer. next one i am doing. wondering if they are not replacing the pilot bearing? could be the difference. maybe a bent input shaft? i am at a loss. to say the least i am not hard on a vehical i just replaced the front brakes on this truck about two months ago and i am still running the original rear shoes. maybe i should drive the thing harder
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