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Where is the clutch slave cylinder on a 1993 ford ranger 4x4?

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2009-11-28 19:22:00
2009-11-28 19:22:00

I believe that is inside the manual transmission bell housing

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yes it is with the slave cylinder being inside the bee housing. the clutch master cylinder reservior is to the right facing the firewall. it requires brake fluid


Bolted to the transmission underneath the car


It SHOULD be on the clutch slave cylinder. Follow the hydraulic line from the clutch master cylinder down to the slave cylinder. Depending on the vehicle, it could be behind the dust cover of the bell housing.


A 1993 does not have a clutch fork if it is a pick-up truck. It has an hydraulic slave cylinder.


how to i change a clutch in a 1993 ford ranger


The Slave Cylinder and the Master Cylinder control totally different systems. The Slave has to do with the clutch, and the Master has to do with the brakes. They have nothing in common.


You can't, There is no adjustment. You either have a bad clutch slave cylinder, are worn out clutch parts.


Right above the slave cylinder there is a bleeder screw. Just unsrew it and have someone hold in the clutch to start the bleed.


Check your clutch slave cylinder fluid level it looks like a mini brake fluid bottle


you just need to hone it out and replace parts with rebuild kit.


The most probable cause is that the clutch is either not releasing; master/slave cylinder not working, or the clutch itself is damaged.


The bleed valve is located on the drivers side of the bell housing.


look at your clutch master cylinder and check fluid, if low ,check your slave cylinder for leaks ,its bolted on your transmission with 2 bolts ,its at where the boot is ,if leaking ,then replace ,if not then u will need anew clutch.


The slave cylinder on my s10 in on the driver side of the transmision. There are only 2 nuts that have to be removed to take the slave cylinder off. Then u must take out the pins to remove the clutch line.. Hope this helps


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you must drive the roll pin out where the line goes into the slave cylinder its a real small pin. can use a small punch or nail to remove.


Inside the bell housing.Inside the bell housing.




My 91 did the same thing and continued to get worst to point where you can't even get it in gear now with the engine running. If you try to start it in gear the car starts to move. Two things, clutch needs adjusting or as in my case the clutch slave cylinder is worn out. Is the clutch pedal real mushy? That wouuld indicate the slave cylinder is bad. It is located on the driver side firewall and looks like a small brake cylinder.


On the 1996 Ranger the manual shows to lift the clutch pedal every 5,000 miles to adjust the hydraulic clutch , I don't know if yours is the same


For a 1993 Ford Ranger : ( DOT 3 brake fluid , meeting Ford specification ESA-M6C25-A ) is used as a fluid for the hydraulic clutch


the master and slave cylinder are a built in unit,there is no cable between them. there are piston'fluid connected. you can buy a rebuild kit for $9.00. But it is much better to buy a rebuilt master cylinder than try to rebuild it. Especially on ABS master cyclinders.


Some cars have no valve and you have to loosten the line to bleed the cyl. Fill the slave cyl as full as you can get it before mounting it .


You drive the cold roll pin out, BUT if planning on replacing slave cyl, replacing the master line and slave as a unit is recommended more often then not there will be a leak when replacing line.



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