clutch issue i think?

Discussion in '1993 - 1997 Ford Ranger' started by atipler, Jan 3, 2011.

  1. atipler

    atipler New Member

    clutch peddle hit the floor this weekend when i went to shift into gear, now i can shift without it i dont know what broke anyone have any ideas?
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  3. OP

    atipler New Member

    there is no pressure i guess is it a slave cylinder i have never worked on these before?
  4. bobkyle2

    bobkyle2 !! BAMF !!

    sounds like the slave cylinder......... these things usually fail in the winter... if im not mistaken.. i think its mounted in side the bellhousing
  5. nwent92

    nwent92 New Member

    the slave cylinder is behind the brake fluid resovoir
  6. PeterMartin

    PeterMartin Guest

    Car dealers

    change your clutch fluid and try it again may be the problem get solved.
  7. Ranger2232

    Ranger2232 New Member

    it could be the clutch spring came unconnected its pretty easy to get to if u have lift. its located right in front of the torque converter.
  8. klinger86

    klinger86 Moderator

    That's the clutch master cylinder that's behind the brake fluid resovor. The slave cylinder is inside the bell housing.

    Standards don't have torque converters.

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