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I have a 89 f250 4x4 and I was pulling a trailer when the clutch pedal went right to the floor.Turns out the line had popped off and now the truck will not start,What holds the line in in the slave end and how do i get the truck started?..

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For starter,you must get the clutch line replace 1st.

You will need a friend to bleed the clutch slave cylinder.

Check your owner manual for the correct fluid.....most like be DOT3.

Your problem is cause be the electronic cut out. When you DO NOT press on the clutch it will disable the starter circuit.

IT IS A SAFETY THING.

It prevent someone for start the truck in gear.

Good luck

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