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Old 07-28-2014
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1993 Ranger 2.3L Clutch Pedal intermittent problems

hi, i have a 93 ranger 2.3L with about 335,000 kms (200,000+ miles)
When i get into heavy traffic or a lineup at the Canadian/U.S. border where i have to use the clutch frequently, the clutch pedal goes soft and travels to the floor with ease. If i let off and depress it again , it usually builds up pressure and feels normal. The clutch master resevoir is full (i have not added any in a long time) and the color is gold/clear) i dont believe there is any slipping of the clutch or burning smell altho i noticed a tiny drop of fluid on the drive way, the size of 2 U.S. quarters approx. The spot of fluid is right around where the clutch master is. It does drive fine when im just going thru the country (where i live) but it seems to act up with i am in stop and go traffic. what do u peeps think it is? Oh. when to pedal is soft, it doesnt stick to the floor, it always comes back up, if thats of any importance. thanks guys for your input.
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