What is a “self adjusting” clutch?
Back in December when I replaced the clutch in my 2000 Ranger the parts guy told me it calls for both a self adjusting and non self adjusting. Because the self adjusting was $200 more I got the other one. When I removed the old clutch it had springs built into the dick that the new one did not. I called the parts guy and he assured me the one I just bought would do the job. So, several months later and I have had nothing but clutch problems ever since. The parts guy told me the parts I bought are still under warranty. So before I go in and get the parts that cost $200 more over the $200 I already spent, can some tell me what the self adjusting clutch does? Why would it make a difference? If everything else is installed correctly and the system is properly bled, could that be my problem?