how to adjust a clutch on 1989 ford ranger?

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Answered: 93 ford ranger was hit light in front now won't get fuel. is there a shut

1993 ranger has a shut off on the passenger side under the carpet next to the hump close to the fire wall

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There should be a heavy duty clutch available for that truck because I believe some of them came with a towing package but you may have to change the flywheel, maybe not. Advance auto parts shows two different sizes with a hefty price difference, so I assume the pricier one is heavy duty. Check ...

Answered: How do you release tension on self adjusting belt tensioner to replace

Most Ford trucks and cars are the same basic setup for serpentine tensioner release. Locate the tensioner, get the correct size socket/allen head for your tensioner and pull or push in the direction necessary to see the tension remove. It's spring loaded, so you can't let go of the wrench until you ...

Answered: How do you check clutch fluid on 2002 ford ranger

Close to the brake master cylinder there is a smaller master cylinder for the clutch. Check it just like you would the brake fluid.

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99 ford ranger 2.5 valve stems sticking in guides and the fix

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