My ranger is a 5 speed What is wrong with my clutch fluid cap?

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Asked by Jun 15, 2009 at 12:00 AM about the 1988 Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The rubber boot was losr during an oil change after I bought the truck 4 months ago. I got the boot replaced 2 weeks after the oil change. Ever since then I have been having to refill the clutch fluid once a day. What could be wrong?

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You have a leak :) Year / Engine ???

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most likely you have a leak in your slave cyclider

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You have a leak. If it is hard to shift into 1st and or R then you have a bad slave cylinder, welcome to the club.

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Yeah I have an 88 2.9 it was a leak in the slave cylinder

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Thats exactly what was wrong. It finally went bad, and I got it fixed now and not 1 thing wrong with it! THANKS!!!

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Yup, it was the slave cylinder, it finally went out, but it all fixed now. THANKS!!!

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