Diagnostic please: Gettin' hard to shift...
It seems that in order to get my truck to shift into any kind of gear I have to push the clutch THROUGH the floor practically. Ok, ok... I really do have like a 1/2" to play with down there... on good days. I can't be moving forward, stop, then shift into reverse regularly. I have to shut off the truck and change into reverse or it'll grind too bad.
> 1996 Ford Ranger xlt
> 5-speed manual
> 2.3L, 4-cylinder
> 112,000 miles
What could be goin' on? What's it gonna take in order to fix this? Thinking it's the slave cylinder... how bad is it to drop everything and fix the stuff...
Any help on this would be much appreciated!
1996 Ford Ranger xlt
2.3L 4-cylinder, 5-speed, 3.73's
31" x 10.5" BFG A/T ko's | 15" x 8" American Racing Baja's | Camburg Bent I-beams | Camburg Heim-joint radius arms w/ trany X-member | Eibach coils | Bilsteins
Originally Posted by gone ballistic
... i hope ur mounts dont fall off with the 3 or 4 bolts holding it on. U probaly should just get a SLEEKER look, wouldnt want people making fun of it. lol