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Old 05-24-2005, 02:55 AM
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86' Ranger clutch pedal leaking ??

I have a simple 4-banger 2.3L 1986 Ranger...
I filled my Brake and Clutch reservoir today and (maybe) overfilled the clutch reservoir too much because after driving around a little bit I noticed undernearth the clutch pedal on the kickwall..there was some fluid from the pedal up above.
Could this fluid simply have leaked into this compartment from the reservoir, (I did notice the tube from the clutch resevoir had fliud on it all the way to where it goes into the inside from the engine side...OR does this mean I blew a seal/gasket or a thingiemajiggy?
Am I paranoid for nothing, or do I have to worry about the clutch giving out and going to the floor because of this leaking?
Thanks to all, Bozo4ford
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