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Old 10-09-2012, 06:21 PM
90taz 90taz is offline
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Default Re: 1999 Ranger New clutch, not able to shift gears still?

when you bench bled it did you pull the line to the tranny and bleed it with the master cylinder. also when you install it back in the truck you should let some fluid flow thru the slave cylinder bleeder. theoretically the way the lines are made when you disconnect at the tranny no air enters the line but sometimes when you remove at master cylinder you may get air in the line. you can check for air by looking thru the square window on the bell houseing and watch the movement of the slave cylinder, it should move about 3/8 of an inch or more. also you should be able to turn the drive shaft by hand in gear clutch engaged, truck needs to be off the ground, if you can't do this air is in the line.
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