Re: 1998 Ford Ranger Pickup 4-cyl stick. The problem is the clutch. As I let out the.
Originally Posted by ranger95
I agree that the video shows you how to do it but it requires that you remove the clutch line which is certainly a major chore. If you do not need to replace the clutch line, bleeding while on the vehicle seems to me to better.
Agreed. I think the video shows that level of detail because it assumes you replaced the clutch. If you've done that much, pulling the line out and bench bleeding isn't that much more work.
1999 Ranger, Ext Cab
2WD, 2.5 L Sport, 5 speed, 4.10 axle
Bedliner, Tonneau cover, no mods, 185,000 miles