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My F250 clutch does not quite disengage. It seems

My F250 clutch does not quite disengage. It seems to always grind into reverse and first. I feel like if I had just another millimeter or two in the clutch pedal I would be in good shape. Any ideas? It is a hydraulic system and I can not see anywhere to adjust anything nor can I see anything accessible to allow me to bleed the line.

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The clutch release disc springs are on there last legs,hence grinding,if you dont replace soon you will need a new gearbox.....(syncro rings)...

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