When switching from turbo diesel to Gas motor on 1985 Ranger do you need to change the transmission Is the bolt pattern and clutch the same?
What oil and how much do you need for a 2000 Ford Ranger 2.5 with a 5 speed manual transmission oil change?
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
They're not "switching covers", there is an Australian version (The original), and then there is an American version. The Australian editions all have pictures of real people on the cover, but the American editions have drawings/paintings. It's kind of weird. There are some differences in the Australian edition, but mostly just spelling. The plot-lines don't change at all. :D
Does a 5-speed transmission from a 1994 Ford Explorer fit into a 1991 Ford Ranger without having to change the hydraulic clutch connector on the transmission?
the easiest way to change the slave cylinder is to take the transmission off and then there are only two bolts holding it on the transmission when putting the transmission back in ba carefull not to hit the fittings as they break easily by breaking a seal and you will never be able to bleed the clutch properly if that happens I don't believe there is "an easy way" to take the Transmission off in…
It is done at the transmission, Drain plug on bottom and fill plug on top side. Fill until lube comes out the fill hole. Make sure you install the correct lube. Some manual transmission Rangers use A/T fluid and some use a manual transmission lube. Check your owner's manual for the correct application.
First, you will want to disconnect the battery cables from the battery. Next go to your starter which will be under the truck at the front of the transmission. You will need to unbolt the starter from the transmission and disconnect the electrical wires from the starter. Remember where each wire goes to, then replace new starter by going in reverse.