my 1996 ranger goes in gear with no grinding (all gears)
my clutch goes to the floor easily with no pressure. It will shift into all gears
and no grinding or anything. What is wrong
if i is shifting, whats your question? Does it move?
I give up...Whats wrong?
start the engine and let us know what happens then, Rowefast your turn to guess
Ok, the thing is he is able to shift with no grinding, no trouble shifting, BUT normally it would be the pressure plate, & probably is. The spring that retracts the clutch is to just keep the throw-out bearing from riding the pressure plate. The Ford Ranger I had you could shift no problem by not using the clutch.
One other thing is if there is a slave cylinder, it is operated with break fluid, & may need replacing as seals go bad in those after time. The slave cylinder operates the throw-out bearing to disengage the clutch. Can't remember if there is one on a Ranger.
There is one Rowefast
Ya hey, I found out that, but this is 2 weeks old? Thanks man!...
Well if you shift without using the clutch you should be able to get quite a bit of grinding.
Ok here guys, what is the deal? What is the benefit of answering a 2 week old question, with no response from the question-air? :)
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