1991 Ford Ranger Q&A

1991 Ford Ranger Question: clutch repair

how do i replace the clutch on 1991 ford ranger 3.0 v6 -
Answer 1
You will have to remove the transmission (or separate it and support it at least, back from the bellhousing of the engine), and then replace the clutch, pressure plate and the throwout bearing/slave cylinder assembly. Make sure especially to replace the slave cylinder/throwout bearing assembly, as they are significantly prone to failure...even without clutch wear out. Also remove the flywheel and have it resurfaced as well. In fact, what is your symptom in the first place? -
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