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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are two types of clutch actuators. (Mechanical & Hydtraulic)
A. For mechanical type,- Check the clutch cable as
this could be cut from wear and tear. This is easy
to replace. You can find this connected to the
pedal and the clutch lever near the transmission.
B.For hydraulic operated - Check the level of the
hydraulic oil at the cylinder of the hydraulic
actuator under the hood. This actuator is
directly connected to the pushrod driven by the
pedal. If the actuator is leaking, you have buy
a repair kit (Hyraulic clutch repair kit for Ford
Ranger 1994 MOdel.) These items must be
repaired to activate your pedal.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Easy fix on this rig. Replace diatributor and tfi module together. What happens is the center contact on the dist. Pickup coil gets eroded and makes crappy contact to the tfi resulting in intermittent running or no contact to the tfi resulting in failure to start.
Posted on May 28, 2012
Could be a vac leak, or a faulty idle air control valve on the throttle body.
The computer controls idle speed by regulating the amount of air entering the intake.
Posted on Sep 23, 2012
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