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Old 12-09-2010
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hi there bought a little ranger the other day its a 1994 4x4 and 5 speed with the 3.0l v6 ( also electronic push button 4wd) so anyways the truck needs a new slave cylinder because the clutch pedal is dead so the clutch is not disengaging from the flywheel. the truck is was also in 4low when this happened, what my question is will it still shift back into 2wd without the clutch pedal working? because i cant get it to go . i only paid 800 for it because it needs the slave done but ill rip the tranny out and replace the clutch while im in there.

yes i tried putting my foot on the brake and stuff already searched through the forum a bit thanks
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