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My clutch won't engage

94 ford ranger super cab 2WD 5spd trans. My clutch was mushy when I add DOT 3 brake fluid to the clutch master cyliner a few bubbles came up and after I pump the clutch peddle a few times the clutch got really stiff and when I try to put it in gear it grinds really bad and won't go into any gear with out shutting off engine

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There is a rubber plug on the bottom of the transmission bellhousing. Remove the plug and look in to see if the slave cylinder is leaking. If yes the transmission will need removed to replace it. While you are there, check the clutch disc and pressure plate and replace as needed.

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Your clutch is out or misaligned.

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