1993 ford ranger 2wd 2.34L

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Old 01-15-07, 01:31 PM
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1993 ford ranger 2wd 2.34L

1993 ford ranger 2wd 2.34L Manual Trasmission

It stared driving down the road I heard a pop under the truck. The it was noticibly difficult to shift gears. Now the truck jumps when i try to start it with clutch engaged in any gear. my question is what was the pop? Could the clutch be adjusted till i can get it repaired or do I need to replce the whole thing? what do you suggest. I do know the rear seal in the transmission has a small leak. but i don't think this has anything to do with it. I also would like to know if anyone know where i can find do it yourself info on replacing the ford ranger clutch?
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Thanks, mondo1
 

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Old 01-15-07, 04:18 PM
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Leaking transmissions that dont get repaired usually end up in the situation you are in. To much fluid has drained out and the tranny overheated most likely. A rebuild would be the only option.

BUT, I would have the clutch looked at first.

That "pop" was probably your plantary gear shredding.
 
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Thank's I checked the leak its ok I changed the Fluid. I believe it's the clutch itself. Does anyone know where to get do it yourself info on clutch replacement online? Preferrably free info...
 
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Get yourself a Haynes or Chiltons manual. These jobs sometimes require special tools. You will probably need a transmission jack to support the tranny while it's lowered.
 
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Go to autozone.com and follow the repair links for your vehicle. Have a nice day. Geo
 
 

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