Re: Mazda B3000 (Ranger) clutch problem
Originally Posted by Don Smith
This truck is a 2004 with a manual shift hydrolic clutch. I got it used last year. The owner had the clutch changed out right before I got it. Since ive had it I have had to intermittently bleed the clutch every few weeks and I get some air out. I bleed it from the bleeder sticking through the transmission housing. Now I have to it every other day.
I am not losing any fluid and never had so I assume I'm taking in ait from somewhere. My question is where would be the most likely place where this could happen? Im not familiar with the system and I assume I cant be sucking air on any of the pressure areas or I would also be losing fluid.
I believe the clutch bearing(Slave?) was changed but not the master cylinder.
If I shoot in the dark should I change either the master or slave or is there a test I can do........
Thanks in Advance
the master would be a lot cheaper. it was $250.00 for a new master cylinder. Then my slave was $890.00 because you have to drop the transmission to get to it and since it was already dropped i replaced the throw out bearing and a with a new heavy duty clutch, slave cylinder, and new main rear seal. I hope its worth it in the long run lets just see lol and i dont know about if there is any steps involved in seeing if there is a fix to your problem. I'm just giving you price's that i paid for for the 2 replacements.
-1995 ford ranger prerunner, 4.0, 4x4, 5-speed, 62k original miles, 2.5 radflo bypass front and 2.5 radflo triple bypass rear, deavers f23, 4.56 gears front and back, 07 seats, 07 mirrors, 35x12.50 bfg a/t, 4" fiberwerk glass front and rear, eagle alloy rims, 6k hid heads, two 8k hid off road lights, 34" led light bar, bed/roll cage/engine cage, 25 gallon fuel cell, cut and extended beams/radius arms
-2000 ford SVT f150 lightning -SOLD Lifted 2001 Ford Ranger EDGE, April's 2012 TOTM
Last edited by Ranger_EDGE; 11-17-2010 at 02:03 PM.