How do I Remove the Hydraulic Line on a Ford Ranger?

Answer Although Hydraulic pressure has many uses in automobiles, the Ford Ranger has just two hydraulic lines. Both connect to the power steering pump. The power steering pump mounts to the engine block o... Read More »

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How to Remove the Hydraulic Slave Cylinder Line on a Ford Ranger?

The hydraulic slave cylinder line on your Ford Ranger, which is attached to the slave cylinder, is necessary for operating the truck's hydraulic system. If the slave cylinder fails, the hydraulic l... Read More »

DIY: How to Bleed the Hydraulic Line in a Ford Ranger Clutch?

The Ford hydraulic clutch system consists of a clutch pedal, master cylinder, flexible hard line and a slave cylinder with a bleed screw located in the transmission bell housing.

How to Remove a Rear Hydraulic Brake Line on a Ford Truck?

Over time, corrosion can affect any vehicle, and almost any part. Your Ford truck's brake lines can corrode over time as well, and depending on the condition of the line, could fail. In this case, ... Read More »

How to Remove a Ford 1991 F150 Hydraulic Clutch Line?

Ford equipped the 1991 F-150 trucks with a hydraulic clutch actuation system on the 4.9-, 5.0- or 5.8-liter, naturally aspirated gasoline engines. The hydraulic clutch generates pressure at the mas... Read More »