How to Repair a Slave Cylinder on a Ford Ranger?

Answer The clutch slave cylinder connects to the manual transmission casing. When the clutch pedal is pressed, pressure produced by the clutch master cylinder is applied to the clutch slave cylinder and t... Read More »

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How to Bleed a Slave Cylinder on a Ford Ranger?

If the clutch pedal to your Ford Ranger feels spongy and bleeding the master cylinder doesn't alleviate the problem, the next logical step is to bleed the clutch slave cylinder. In some Ford Ranger... 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 »

How to Bleed a Slave Cylinder on a 2000 Ford Ranger?

A common problem with a hydraulic fluid system is that air can sometimes become trapped in the fluid and accumulate at certain points within the system. When this air collects near the slave cylind... Read More »

How to Install a 1988 Ford Ranger Clutch Slave Cylinder?

The clutch slave cylinder in your 88 Ranger is the part of the hydraulic clutch assembly that pushes the pressure plate against the clutch disc, causing the clutch to engage. Fluid flowing from the... Read More »