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93 ranger has clutch problems, will not go into gear. Does that mean the clutch is out?

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Make sure that the cluch master is full and that the slave unit is working and that there are no leaks. Master can also internally bypass. If before this happened you had some slippage, then clutch may be worn. (rpm flair on grades or smell like burning brakes or fish)

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