Clutches and Flywheels
Ford Ranger XL
Ford Ranger XLT

When you switch to 4th gear and release the clutch it pops out of gear This only happens in 4th gear?

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2005-11-13 01:24:58
2005-11-13 01:24:58

Most likely the shifting fork is worn within the transmission. You did not say what car but most late models have no adjustment. This problem usually shows up in the highest gear. Sorry.

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