This is pulled from ehow.com just ask if any of this does not make any sence.
Instructions.Things You'll Need:
Clutch kit (includes clutch disk and pressure plate)
Clutch-alignment tool (if not included in clutch kit)
Metric wrench set
It does not say this but disconect your batt before getting started.
Remove the Old Clutch
Remove the exterior parts, including the floor shifter inside the cab of your Ranger.
Disconnect the exhaust pipe. Note i did not have to do this on my ranger. I think this is only for the V6.
Remove the interior parts--the parts under the hood. This includes the starter, which is attached to the transmission bell-housing.
Disconnect the drive-shaft and the hose for the hydraulic slave cylinder.
Use a jack to raise one side of your truck.
Using a metric socket set, undo the transmission cross-member and bolts, which will allow you to remove the transmission from your Ranger.
Remove the pressure plate and the worn clutch disk.
Inspect the clutch flywheel. If the flywheel shows significant amounts of wear or is damaged in any way, you should replace it.
Install the New Clutch
Install your new clutch disk and pressure plate using a clutch-alignment tool.
Put the transmission back into your Ranger, and reconnect the cross-member and all related bolts.
Reconnect all interior parts under the hood, including the starter, drive-shaft and the hose for the hydraulic slave cylinder. Make sure you bleed the slave cylinder when you reconnect the hose.
Reconnect the exhaust pipe and re-install the shifter inside the cab.
Drive your Ranger slowly in a controlled environment, such as a parking lot, to make sure the new clutch is installed properly and is in good working condition.
Take things EASY for 500 miles to allow the new clutch a proper breakin time.
1987 Ford Ranger XLT
Rebuilt 2.3,power windows,crusie control,Tilt steering