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Old 09-06-2009
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Im having a problem with my tranny, i just replaced all the clutch assembly on my 2000 3.0 ranger manual tranny. it was driving fine and then stopped within an hour. i had alot of air in the line which i bled. The only other problem i noticed was a cut sensor that i have no clue what its for. its towards the middle to tail shaft of the tranny. its a 2 prong plug that its red and attached in the tranny. could this be the problem? What sensor is this? Its in the same wire lume as the O2 sensors i believe but plugs into the tranny.
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Is it the vehicle speed sensor?

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Old 09-07-2009
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nah not a speed sensor i dont think.


The red sensor at the top left corner. its a 2 prong plug
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Well whatever it is, chances are it is somewhat necessary. I'd fix it and see what happens.
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haha no crap, i found out its the backup lamp switch. But would that keep the tranny from going into gear while the truck is running? the truck shifts fine with the truck off
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anyone with help please
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Remove and bench bleed the clutch master cylinder.Very difficult if not impossible to get all of the air out of it with the angle it's mounted in the truck.
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