Question about 2003 Ford F150 Regular Cab
I can only offer advise if it's a manual tranny... but if it is, i had the same problem with my 04 f150 about 4 months ago... if the clutch pedal seems to have alot of travel before it engages, more than likely, your slave cylinder is leaking and your fluid reservoir has gone dry... the slave cylinder is located on the inside of the bell housing directly on the input shaft and the fluid reservoir is mounted to the firewall under the hood just above the steering column (it's a little thing only as big around as a silver dollar and about 2 in. deep, check the fluid level)... it is about a 20 hr job for someone inexperienced such as myself, with a friend helping and access to a vehicle lift... but it did fix MY problem... now if it's an automatic, i could probably guess you might need a trans fluid flush and change, as well as the filter.. very possibly your filter could be clogged, which could very well cause this problem..
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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