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Old 08-10-2012, 05:41   #1 (permalink)
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Ranger clutch master cylinder

Just had the clutch & slave cylinder replaced on my 2002 Ranger. 2 weeks after, was having issues w/ the clutch again. I took it back in & they said they bled the line (had air in it). Said if it happened again the clutch master cylinder is bad and it's $385 to replace. Does this sound right, the clutch MC & the $?
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Re: Ranger clutch master cylinder

That sounds too high. It could need a master cylinder but that price is way to high. Call another shop in your area and see what they say it would cost to replace it. Then it might be a good idea to have them check to be sure it is the problem.
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