I have a 1991 Ford Ranger xlt and I went to change the clutch in it..when I did I found out that the tranny is a 1997 and I can't seem to get the tranny back in and lined up right. I am stuck and need help!!!
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Well to start, you need to remove the shifter from the transmission. Then remove the driveshaft. Then unplug the plugs from the side of the transmission and disconnect the clutch fluid line. Then remove the crossmember. Unbolt the bellhousing bolts. Then have a friend help you remove the transmission. Then unbolt the clutch.
transmission modulator valve is clogged. it will not show up on the computer,but will definately make your truck do what its doing. 88-94 rangers hav had technical service bulletins issued by Ford for this issue. Very easy to replace.
Remove drive shaft,remove crossmember under transmission.Remove transmission and diconnect linkage.Remove bell housing,and clutch berring assembely.Remove bolts on pressure plate.Once this is done.Remove fly wheel for machineing.you will need a pilot shaft to alighn clutch assemblely.Possible one will come with new clutch and pressure plate.Reverse assemblely in same order remember to torque all your bolts with torque wrench.Take your time.