Question about 1996 Ford Ranger SuperCab
Over 300,000 miles with original clutch. yesterday, truck stopped allowing me to change gears. clutch pedal feels normal. If I shut the truck off I can change gears. I noticed a little odd sound like how clutch plates sound on a old Harley. rattle sound. I assume I may need a new clutch. What do you think? how hard to do? What tools? Could it be something else?
I would say it is your clutch (In your case it more than likely the throw out bearing if you hear rattle sound.) with the amount of miles and the year of the vehicle. Clutch plates, just like brake pads, eventually wear out. Consider yourself fortunate that you have gone this far without having to replace it.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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