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Move fusebox aside to reach clutch master cylinder?


fixizin

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Seems I saw a video "somewhere", eons ago, where you could detach the underhood fusebox, and there was enough slack in the wiring harness to move it well away from the left fender, and thereby have MUCH greater access to the clutch master cylinder... what's the trick, where's the hold-down?

Thanks in advance.
 


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On my 93, the fuse/relay panel just snaps onto a metal bracket. Just pry the tabs a little bit to release them from the brackets.

I would recommend disconnecting the battery as a safety precautions first.
 

fixizin

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A properly suspensioned Ranger can be safely airborne for up to 4 seconds at a time! =:O
I'll check it out... Good tip about the battery, thx...
 


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