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Old 03-17-2005, 12:48 AM
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Clutch Adjustment?

Hi All,
I have a 2000 Ranger 5-spd, and I am wondering if it is possible to adjust the clutch. It seems like the clutch engages when the pedal has been released almost completely.
Any tips?

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On my 96 ranger, the clutch is hydraulic and not adjustable... however if you've done any work on it lately you may have to bleed the clutch. The Haynes manual depicts this quite well.
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It sounds like your clutch is probably pretty much worn out. As it wears it releases closer to the top of the pedal travel.
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