Originally Posted by Romaswake
can someone post a pic of where exactly to grease it? i have this same issue
Heres is the style my 06 had, I dont know if yours will look a little different as they used one and two piece shafts through the ranger years but the same concept applies. Even my 06 that was supposed to have the "upgraded" driveshaft to stop the clunk still clunked from time to time especially with a manual and big tires.
Find where the the boot is, and it will have a special clamp on it. If you dont have the proper tool to put another one, or that one back on you can just use a big strong zip tie or big circle clamp.
But you take the clamp off, pull back the rubber boot and you will see the splines you need to grease. Grease it up as good as you can and seal it back up.
(note: if you plan on taking the driveshaft apart and seperating it to really clean out the old grease, make sure you mark the splines so it goes back the way it came and stays balanced.
fyi greasing mine only helped temporarily, for my manual 06, the best thing to do was to just make sure I shift good and smooth, keep it greased, and make sure u joints are good and greased)