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How do you line up the transmission with the engine on a 94 ford ranger 3.0?


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2014-07-07 23:56:19
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Check for a vacuum module on the transmission. If you see a vacuum line between the transmission and engine, disconnect the line and look for transmission fluid inside the line. If you see transmission fluid in the line, replace the vacuum module. It probably has a split or damaged diaphragm inside.

You will need the Ford Hydraulic Clutch Quick Disconnect Tool.

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Wikipedia has a great history of the ford ranger line.

I'm not a mechanic / technician but I read once that the modulator valve for the automatic transmission has a vacuum line connected from the valve to the engine and that transmission fluid can be sucked into the engine if something goes wrong with the valve

What size is the steel brake line tubing on a 1994 Ford Ranger

It is located on the driver's side of the transmission toward the front of the transmission. You can identify it by the plastic hydraulic line that is attached to it.

Be sure the vacuum supply line from the engine to the transmission vacuum modulator is not disconnected.

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If the line is connected directly, without a banjo, or flare fitting, then you will have to loosen the line, unbolt the slave cylinder, and twist the slave cylinder to unscrew the line.

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a 92 Ford Ranger stuck in 4th gear can be caused by several things. Low fluid, stopped filter, broken vacuum line or a stuck transmission valve can all be the cause.

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There were 3 motors that available for the 1994 Ford Ranger. There was the 96 horsepower 2.3 L In-line 4 Cylinder, the 140 horsepower 3.0 L V6, and the 160 horsepower 4.0 L V6

The slave cylinder is INSIDE the transmission bellhousing , it slides over the transmission input shaft , and then is bolted to the transmission. To change the slave cylinder the transmission has to be removed , but the slave cylinder line can be blead from the bleeder outside of the transmission bellhousing

I'm not a mechanic / technician but I believe it can if the automatic transmission uses a modulator valve that has a vacuum line connected to it because the vacuum comes from the engine . If there is a problem with the modulator valve then the transmission fluid could be sucked into the engine

I have the same engine in my 1995 Ford EXPLORER : I can't see the camshaft position sensor but from what I have read it is on the top of the engine , near the center line , at the back of the engine near the firewall

The transmission is electronically controlled

yea. the bolts might not line up, but that's only 6 holes you have to drill out

If fuel injected - in the fuel tank If not in the front lower section of engine - follow fuel line

From what I know the 1984-1989 Ford Fox bodies line up the best. You will need a FULL car: engine, transmission, everything.

The bleeder valve for the brakes on a 1997 Ford Ranger is located in the brake line where it meets the brake disc. The wheel will have to be removed to access the bleeder screw for drum brakes.

If you are talking about the line it compresses in.

wheel is out of line so go rotate them B******

In regards to your question, the clutch assembly should be the same, the only difference mite be the conector for the clutch line which you can change out with one from an explorer then bolt it in and have fun

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