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FORD RANGER WHEN WE PRESS IN THE CLUTCH ITS NOT ENGAGING

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I'm haveing trouble installing throw out bearing on my 1990 ford ranger just got done installing my second throw out bearing and I'm still having the same problem clutch pedal does not engage


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My 1996 Ford Ranger A/C does not come on. The compressor clutch does not seem to even try to engage. Was fine one minute than suddenly just stopped working next time I turned the car A/C on


Please checck the fuse to the clutch and also the relay to the clutch drive. Perhaps there is a loose line here that is working intermittent.
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My 2004 ford ranger xlt 4x4 won't go into any forward gears, only reverse. When it does go in reverse the engagement is hard?


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