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

Answer 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 »

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

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 »

How to Remove the Reservoir From the Master Cylinder?

In your car's brake system, a plastic reservoir supplies the master cylinder with brake fluid. If the reservoir cracks or becomes damaged, it can leak fluid or let in contamination. You will need t... Read More »

Ford Ranger Brake Reservoir Removal?

Removing the reservoir off the master cylinder of a Ford Ranger is actually a very simple task. It's most important to prevent the brake fluid from leaking to the vehicle. The brake fluid is very a... Read More »

How Do I Replace the Slave Cylinder for a 1990 Ford Ranger 2.3L?

The 1990 Ford Ranger 2.3-liter pickup uses a concentric slave cylinder, which is located inside the transmission. This means that the transmission must be removed to replace the slave cylinder. Whe... Read More »