Question about Ford F-150
You have a hydraulic clutch. It may be that the slave cylinder has been leaking and has run the reservoir dry thus allowing air into the system. Check the fluid level in the reservoir. If empty, look for leak at slave cylinder or elsewhere along the line from the master to the slave. Replace the slave cylinder or otherwise repair the leak, refill the reservoir and bleed the system. Any questions, please reply. I will paste diagram below.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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