Question about 1992 Ford F150 SuperCab
I have a 1992 f150 4.9lt with a manuel 5 speed, and i have a leak in the case of the transmission of clutch fluid. any time i drive it in the past coupple of days after a couple of shifts i will depres the clutch to change gears and it will not go into gear. well my first thought was to check the fluid level under the hood but it was fine. now it will only shift if i pump the clutch to build up the presure. what can i do to fix this problem?? if it is infact the slave cylender than how do i change it without taking the transmission off?
I thought the 4.9 has a conventional slave cylinder mounted to the exterior of the bell housing?
I am not sure about the 4.9 but I know the 5.0 has an internal slave cylinder, and unfortunately you must remove the transmission to replace it. The slave cylinder is mounted around the input shaft in a complete circle and there is no other way to remove it. You say your transmission is a 5 speed so I am pretty sure the slave cylinder is an internal one.
Have you crawled under it and taken a look at it?
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