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1990 Ford F-150 Base Styleside S 117 WB

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July 24, 2013, 2:31 am

Paul C
 

Question: What is wrong with our 1990 f150 4 wheel drive, we replaced the slave cylinder and about two weeks l

We replaced the slave cylinder and 2 weeks later we went to bleed the clutch and now there is very little to no clutch and is very hard to shift.


July 24, 2013, 11:10 am

Richard W
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You could have got air into the master cylinder Try bleeding it again to make sure there is no air in the system. If you have all the air out and it still fells wrong you could need a new clutch master cylinder. Pull the boot of the clutch master cylinder. That will be under the dash. Look at the clutch pedal and the rod that connects to it. The clutch master will be connected to it. Pull the boot back to see if there is fluid in it or around it. If there is they need a new clutch master cylinder. If that is all ok you could need a new clutch


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