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Ford Ranger Transmission Questions
Last post on Jan 09, 2013 at 11:03 PM
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#92 of 292 2003 Ranger xlt 4 cyl: 5 speed tranny removal
Apr 30, 2008 (4:19 am)
I am in the process of replacing the clutch on my 2003 Ford Ranger. It is a 2 wheel drive (4 cylinder with a 5 speed transmission). I have removed 8 bolts (13mm hex head bolts x 2 1/2" long) from around the transmission housing bottom and sides and can feel one more in a very akward position high on the right side (passenger side) of the housing (positioned near the front O2 sensor).
The Haynes manual that I own does not indicate how many bolts there are in total nor does it show a picture of their locations. It appears to be very difficult if not impossible to access if there are any bolts located along the top of the housing.
1. How many bolts (13 mm head x 2 1/2") are there in total? So far, I have removed 8 and have found 1 more as noted above.
2. Are there any (13 mm head x 2 1/2") along the top portion of the tranny to engine?
3. If there are, how do you access?
4. Other than the dowel pins, are there any other bolts or nuts that must be removed along the tranny to engine that must be removed?
5. I searched the web for pictures of the bolt locations. Can anyone direct me to a site or manual that shows this.
6. The manual also references removal of the speedometer cable. I do not see this. Where is this located?
#93 of 292 92 Ranger 5 spd transmission???
May 22, 2008 (12:14 pm)
Can I put a transmission from an 88 ranger 5 spd into my 92 ranger
#94 of 292 1999 Ranger Transmission
May 30, 2008 (1:20 pm)
I have a 1999 ranger.....3.0, 4 wheel drive. When it shifts from 2nd to 3rd it will go right back into second and stay there. I have had the computer looked at and the transmission apart and looked at with no results. I also had the valve body changed and it is still doing the same thing. Any help would be great. Thanks
#95 of 292 Re: 1999 Ranger Transmission [vica]
May 30, 2008 (1:51 pm)
you stated you had the vb changed did you put a used vb on it or did you get a reconditioned vb ? these unit have a severe problem with the vb and usually it wont go away unless you buy a vb that has had all the new valves put in it
#96 of 292 Re: 1999 Ranger Transmission [fordfan_17]
May 30, 2008 (2:13 pm)
It was a used vb.....
#97 of 292 Re: 1999 Ranger Transmission [vica]
May 30, 2008 (2:49 pm)
ok so are you getting any codes ie p0733 gear ratio error in 3rd and p0735 gear ratio error in 5th? if your answer is yes then you will need to replace the vb with a recon valve body assembly. its the only way to get rid of this problem. hopefully you havent damaged anything in the unit yet.
#98 of 292 Re: Correct Transmission Fluid [singstream]
May 31, 2008 (6:51 am)
YSE ONLY MERCON NOT A COMBINATION
Jun 03, 2008 (12:56 am)
for about 2 weeks i've been having to pump my clutch several times to get it to go in gear(while cold) once the truck warms up it seems to do ok. today when i went out to go to work no matter how many times i pumped clutch it would not go into any gear the truck would just ease forward or backward as if clutch was not disengaged. my question is does this sound like a slave cylinder issue considering clutches dont usually come and go. vehicle is an '03 ford ranger edge 4x4 5spd
#100 of 292 Re: clutch issues [nak_machinist]
Jun 03, 2008 (9:10 am)
yes its a slave issue but recommend replacement of slave and master at same time
#101 of 292 Can anyone tell me the torque lb for the lower vavle body
Jun 03, 2008 (1:15 pm)
I'm changing the 3-4 silinoid out one a 88 ranger. Can anyone tell me how many torque lbs for the lower vavle body bolts.