How to Remove a Master Cylinder in a 1993 Ford Ranger?

Answer The master cylinder is an important part of the braking system. It takes the braking power produced by the brake booster and pushes the brake fluid to the front and rear brakes. As it is a hydrauli... Read More »

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How to Remove the Brake Master Cylinder Reservoir on a 1990 Ford Ranger?

Your 1990 Ranger is a versatile mid-size pickup that ranks second in popularity probably only to Ford's F-series of pickups. The master brake cylinder is a pump of sorts that distributes brake flui... Read More »

How to Repair a Master Cylinder on a Ford Ranger?

The master cylinder is the heart of your Ford Ranger's brake system. When the driver pushes down on the brake pedal, a piston inside the master cylinder forces hydraulic fluid to each of the four w... Read More »

How to Bleed a Clutch Slave Cylinder on a 1993 Ford Ranger?

Bleeding the clutch slave cylinder on a 1993 Ford Ranger requires an assistant to operate the clutch pedal. The slave cylinder receives its pressure from a master cylinder operated by the clutch pe... Read More »

How to Bleed a Ford Ranger Clutch Master Cylinder?

Since the introduction of the automobile, pickup trucks have been an important part of the industry. The energy crisis of the 1970s forced American automobile manufacturers to compete with Japanese... Read More »