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I have a 2002 Ford Ranger Edge 3.0 5 speed. The engine runs fine and shifts good. But when you at higher RPMs and push in the clutch, you hear a rattling noise. Only other time you can hear the rattle

Just a Rattle at high RPMs when you push in the clutch or rev it super high.

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Check to see if the throw out bearing in the clutch is dry. Might need to replace it.

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no it could be air condition clutch that engage/disengage the air condition compressor and disengage it through the pulley or could be the pulley bearings one of them . also check the solenoid that controls that clutch .
have a good luck sir .

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