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Old 02-17-2013, 05:06 PM   #1
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Clutch jobs / shift lever leak

Hello all.

My 04 S needs a clutch. 550 body.

If I just did a clutch on my 2000 Ranger, shoud I be able to do the Boxster?

Also, I have a small leak from a shift lever. Lower, or rear I think. Can this be fixed?

Tim
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Old 02-17-2013, 07:12 PM   #2
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Hello all.

My 04 S needs a clutch. 550 body.

If I just did a clutch on my 2000 Ranger, shoud I be able to do the Boxster?

Also, I have a small leak from a shift lever. Lower, or rear I think. Can this be fixed?

Tim
Never did a clutch job on a ranger. In fact, I never did a clutch job on any car befor I did it on the box.
So I assum you will do just fine
Get the 101 and the Bentley books. Read about the procedure and you will be good.
This is also a good oportionety to concidure IMSB and RMS retrofit.
As for the leaking lever, are you referring to one of the levers located on the trans?
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Old 02-17-2013, 08:23 PM   #3
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Never did a clutch job on a ranger. In fact, I never did a clutch job on any car befor I did it on the box.
So I assum you will do just fine
Get the 101 and the Bentley books. Read about the procedure and you will be good.
This is also a good oportionety to concidure IMSB and RMS retrofit.
As for the leaking lever, are you referring to one of the levers located on the trans?
Yes. It's a shift lever. Good to know a clutch is not that bad! I have both books.

Thanks.
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