how do you change the clutch.

Asked by Dec 20, 2006 at 08:12 AM about the 1991 Ford Ranger STX Standard Cab 4WD SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My clutch went out on my 91 ford ranger. Its a 2.9 liter motor and I neeed to know how th change the clutch.

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Hmm...I couldn't find you a straight-up change, but this one talks about changing the clutch with a few improvements. Hopefully, this will help you. If not, just write where you are getting stuck. http://www.therangerstation.com/Magazine/May06/40_clutch_swap.htm Best of luck! CarGrrl

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I have just put my 3rd clutch in my ranger. The 1st step is to loosen your bell housing bolts and drop your starter. The remove your drive shafts the front drive shaft will slide out from the front and then pull it back to the rear. Then you must take your shifter lose from the Trans not the diff. then drop your cross member. Do not take the transfer case lose from the trans. If you can help it. You will then remove the trans. And unbolt the pressure plate. And everything should come off, make sure when you reinstall the clutch plate that you make sure the side that said to fly wheel is against the fly wheel. Make sure you tighten the pressure plate and clutch plate up with you line up tool all the way in and don’t be afraid to tighten down on it. Because it isn’t easy getting the Trans back up in there. The reassemble in the same order.

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