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Old 12-11-2010, 08:58 PM
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replace clutch master cylinder

I have a 2002 Ranger that I'm installing a new clutch master cylinder.
Although I removed it in an unconventional way I have a new one to install.

Does anyone know haw the push rod goes into the cylinder. Do you just force it in or do you need to take the cylinder apart to install the push rod?

I'm just on a break now and I'm in the middle of this.

Thanks for your help.
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Old 12-11-2010, 09:07 PM
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if its like my 94 it will just pop in when you get the maste bolted in and hook the rod up to the pedal or just before.
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I have a 2002 Ranger that I'm installing a new clutch master cylinder.
Although I removed it in an unconventional way I have a new one to install.

Does anyone know haw the push rod goes into the cylinder. Do you just force it in or do you need to take the cylinder apart to install the push rod?

I'm just on a break now and I'm in the middle of this.

Thanks for your help.
make sure you bleed the MC while it is out of the truck unless you bought a prebled one
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