The issue if you are still reading this is related to the pilot bearing and push rod as well as the pressure plate. Problem2: my rear anti-lock brakes always lock up whenever it has rained or snowed. We only sell parts from trusted brands like so that you can find quality parts you can count on. I have the part which clearly shows heat caused the failure. Maybe you could try bleeding it.
Does this sound like a U-Joint? But what seems to be happening is the techs get confident and assume it's always the valve body, so they just seem to replace the valve body without even doing the proper diagnostics. Dealer states drifting does not occur when parking brake is used, for a manual vehicle dealer states this is normal. One of the problems that can arise when trying to identify the type of transmission in a Ford Ranger is that the 5-speed transmission in the Ranger is not made by Ford. Also, braking system fails to engage under wet conditions, resulting in extended stopping distance. Owner contacted the dealer, and the manufacturer who is telling the owner that there was nothing to be concerned about.
Some times this fixes it, and some times it doesn't. The vehicle was not repaired. When the truck is shut off, I have no problems shifting through all the gears. Does anyone have a suggestion on what is causing this problem? When I called my dealer to inquire and ask them to include my '97 Ranger in the bulletin, they were evasive and wouldn't help. We did discover a couple things about it though.
We have 96 reviews on our Manual Trans Shifter Repair Kit products for the 2007 Ford Ranger from previous customers. In drive or reverse, the rpms drop to around 400-500 and the truck shutters when I apply gas. Part is not too expensive, but labour is, if you can't do it yourself. When the light turned green I tried to put the truck into gear but was unable to do so. Hmm, it could be the front U-Joint. Unfortunately for me, the problem has gotten worse and now gained a hesitation. This, as well as many other sites, all point to the slave cylinder being the issue.
Then, brake system would not disengage after start up of vehicle , resulting in a noise that comes from rear end of vehicle. I initially visited this thread after buying my truck. Does this sound like a U-Joint? My vehicle is no longer under bumper to bumper and emissions warranty but I have saved receipts of their attempts to fix the problem during time vehicle was warranted back in 1997. Hi Guys, Lately when doing highway speeds ive noticed some vibration going through the truck so I brought it to a garage and had a full tire balance and front end alignment done thinking it would take care of it, but this morning i noticed no difference. The code I got was for the Torque Converter Control Circuit Performance or Stuck Off. But if you go in a knowledgeable consumer and request data sheets showing the numerous issues that became apparent during the proper diagnostic tests, then you may be able to catch them in the act of trying to throw parts at the truck. I also visited a few local shops who were actually scratching their heads over it.
I never in my life had to replace a clutch with only 48000 miles. Also has a hesitation when accelerating. This happens about twice a week. Apparently now they think its either the back brakes, or the tires. You can identify a Ford Ranger 5-speed transmission by learning how to spot the two transmission models used in the stock truck. I wish I could personally get inside a service department and see them do it for proof. Quote: Have you checked the u joints in the driveline? But this is just a general rundown of what you can expect to deal with when swapping one of these trucks to a manual transmission.
This isn't a step by step on how to do the swap, nor is it 100% complete. I had exactly the same problem. I had the car brought to a mechanic and was told that the clutch, slave cylinder, and fly wheel needed to be replaced because a pump had failed and allowed fluid to penetrate all three. . Has anyone had a similar problem? The worst thing is, i have a bit of a noise coming from a front wheel bearing but i dont think thats whats causing the vibrations, and im almost confident the dealership will use that as an out and it still wont solve my problem.
This is very dangerous, and my dealership will not try to fix the problem because they say this is normal. It sucks but it might be time to do it again. A factory representative spoke with the owner and basically told him that the truck was like that. If you have a warranty, take it to Ford and give them absolute hell about it until they make it right. One thing that pisses me off too is when they try to just keep changing parts until they find the problem, i would hope the dealer can narrow it down and take care of it first time right.
The symptoms are synonymous with a Torque Converter that won't unlock or intermittently will not unlock. Shitty to hear zilla im deffinetly planning on giving hell when and if i get any run around. Right now the only thing left I haven't checked is the Torque Converter Control Circuit. One thing that pisses me off too is when they try to just keep changing parts until they find the problem, i would hope the dealer can narrow it down and take care of it first time right. So, my truck has been at the dealership all day, just got a call saying they awknowledge that there is indeed a bad vibration. The only code the trans throws is when I maintain steady speed around 45-60 mph and I get the shutter.
I would like to know what my options are. Consumer states vehicle moved back quickly in fast short spurts and then gave way rolling quickly backward, after that is stalled and was difficult to restart. Id like to get this issue corrected before my warranty runs out. For your info, the technical service bulletin can be found at case sensitive, please type exactly v8sho. Hi Guys, Lately when doing highway speeds ive noticed some vibration going through the truck so I brought it to a garage and had a full tire balance and front end alignment done thinking it would take care of it, but this morning i noticed no difference.