Clutch Dampeners

One of the most common failure points in a clutch system can be the clutch dampener. These hydraulic components are fitted to a clutch line and are used to control the flow of fluid from the master cylinder through to the slave cylinder and therefore reduce pedal vibration etc.

The factory hydraulic clutch damper on Ford Ranger PX models has been identified as a common failure point which can cause the pedal to slowly lose pressure, a complete and sudden loss of pedal pressure or issues with bleeding the system.

If you are experiencing any of these issues, it is important to check the damper and pipework for cracking, weeping or leaking. The damper and associated pipe work are located close to the firewall behind the engine.

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