Question about 1990 Ford F150
I shift gears n let the clutch out but I have to pull it back a little with my foot after I let off!
I have similar issues with my 94. Fluid level is good. seems to not want to return more when it is -20 or colder. Also seem to have a click when working the clutch. Could this be firewall as was suggested? Can be difficult to get into 1st and reverse at times as well. Also seems like the clutch engages while peddle is still pretty close to the floor.
Posted on Apr 19, 2014
If you have to pull the clutch back then you need to check ;::: first of all is it fluid (master cylinder) hydr, clutch ?? reply
Posted on Apr 19, 2014
Pressure plate or you need new
Posted on May 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm not sure but I believe the clutch pedal has a cable adjustment . usually its two nuts one on top of the other, hold one and turn the other until desire pedal is achieved.
However ,if its a hydralic clutch I'll let the shop manual give you the bad news. Your gonna need the Shop Manual any way because it will tell you how to adjust "pedal free play" which is what your describing.
First check that both fans WORK.How? Fabricate two jumper wires and remove the connectors from the fan(s)
one at a time and jump them from the battery one at a time. If they work ok if not replace the one that doesn't work.
Next find the coolant temperature sensor check it for resistance , wiring ,and to see if its signal is making it to the ECU. Then check if the ECU is telling the relays to turn on the appropriate fan. Remember one fan is for engine cooling the other is for the condenser of the a/c system. If you turn on a/c it should work.
Use shop manual for more detail testing and specs. I'll help you any way I can. Good luck
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
SOURCE: Stuck in 5th gear
That just recently happened to me. If your stick wont move into any of the gears, then you need a clutch. But if you can shift into the gears but dont go anywhere, then you need a new transmission.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
SOURCE: clutch problem
I guess the clutch system must be a hydraulic one, check the clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder if they are functioning.
If they are thn theres a problem with the clutch pressure plate, if thts so , you will have to drop the gear box to replace it and its adviseable to replac e the pro-kit...consisting of Clutch pressure plate, clutch plate and release bearing.
Posted on May 06, 2009
SOURCE: 1992 Ford F250 4x4 7.3 Diesel
those trucks had problems with the fire wall breaking .have some one push the clutch pedle and watch the fire wall from under the hood were the clutch master cylinder bolts too if the fire wall moves u need to buy the repaire kit from ford.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
SOURCE: The clutch pedal on my
That car has a hydraulic actuated clutch so it could just be low on clutch fluid or one of the pipes going from the pedal to the clutch could be burst.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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