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Old 04-18-2007
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hello, Well I think my slave cylinder is going. I have alot of free play in it. Does anybody have a writeup and pics on changing the clutch in an 01 ranger 4.0 Thanks
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Hey. I just ran into the same problem you got today. I replaced the master cylinder and bled it well. Didn't do a dam thing. Did you end up fixing your problem? If not, any ideas on what it could be? Thanks
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see this posting by "dragon" I'm his son and asked the question "need help with trany I asked and got a bunch of good replies

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