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94 2.3L Ranger- How To Replace Clutch, Slave, Etc?
I bought this old girl new in 94 and for the most part she's given me 275,000 miles of nearly trouble free driving. It's been sitting for the last year due to a blown original clutch and now I'm fixing to put her back on the road and shoot for the 500,000 mile mark. I've kept very good care of it mechanicly for the most part, flushing all fluids often and using synthetic for the oil, tranny fluid, gear lube, power steering fluid, etc.
Anyway, I've never done a clutch so I could use a good link with a How To on doing this. I guess I'll be replacing the clutch, pressure plate, throw out bearing, slave cylinder (heard they should be replaced when doing clutch), and any other (?) parts you guys would recommend while I'm at it. If you know of a good article or other link covering this job please shoot me a link. Thanks!
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