WHY CANT I GET MY 1995 FORD RANGER 4.0 TO TAKE ANY GEAR AFTER I CHANGED MASTER , SLAVE, CLUTCH AND PRESSURE PLATE

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Asked by Aug 12, 2015 at 11:05 PM about the 1995 Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

clutch problem. not taking any gears when i press the clutch. if i start the truck in gear
the clutch engage slowly as i release the clutch pedal. if i take it out of gear and try to put
it back in gear it would not engage.

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Did you replace the pilot bearing also? If it is dragging you won't be able to get it into gear with it running. How much pedal free play on the clutch pedal?

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I did not change the pilot bearing and there's not much play on the clutch pedal.

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That is one thing you should also replace just like turning the flywheel and replacing the slave cylinder, but now that you have together you can try driving to a good sized hill and point it down hill, set the park brake, shut the engine off, turn the key on, put it in low gear, shove in the clutch and release the park brake, let it spin up to about 10 mph for about 30 seconds, stop and see if it will work as it should, if it don't then you are going to have to go back in and replace the bearing.

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Okay thanks.

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