1999 Ford Ranger 5 speed, approx 140k miles.
Over the last few weeks I've been having a harder and harder time shifting. Sometimes getting it into first/reverse takes a lot of effort, sometimes when shifting I'll grind or what seems like bouncing off a syncro.
Clutch is to the floor, I've even moved my seat painfully close so that it's nearly impossible to not push the clutch to the floor.
Fluids seem fine, though I need to get my hands on a maintenance book so I can properly identify the individual reservoirs. The two different ones that looked like they contained brake fluid were at/near their max.
I've seen a range of suggestions looking to up online anything from bleeding the master cylinder to replacing the clutch and throwout bearings, but you guys are experts on what happens with rangers typically, so where should I start?