Question about 1991 Ford F250
Is you clutch working. block wheels set parking brake don't start.
Have someone push on the clutch pedal. Look for rod to move on side of bell housing. Okay not working.
Check you clutch master Cylinder for fluid.
Fill and pump pedal slow to remove air from system. If this don't work try opening bleeder on slave cylinder attach a hose to bleeder and place other end of hose in a jar 1/2 filled with fluid. Now pump slow pedal very slow. (Don't run out of fluid or over flow jar.) If fluid is black it is 1 sign you may need to rebuild or replace master cylinder or slave cylinder.
If rod was moving you could have a bad clutch. If with engine off can you put it in gear?
If have an ""automatic"" your switch on your brake pedal are may have gone bad.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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