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Clutch not disengaging transmission

(1990 Ford Ranger)
in Centerville, TN on November 18, 2009
When i push in the clutch the transmission will not disengage. I pump the clutch a couple of times and then it disengages but is hard to shift. almost like its low or out of fluid. How do i fix this problem?
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on April 07, 2010
there is a slave unit reservoir on the driver side firewall witha white cap remove the inner rubber seal and fill try that
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on April 07, 2010
there is a slave unit reservoir on the driver side firewall witha white cap remove the inner rubber seal and fill try that
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on November 20, 2009
This is probably a problem with the clutch master or slave cylinder, and they will probably need to be replaced.
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