Question about 2002 Ford F350 Super Duty DRW Reg. Cab
Clutch goes right to the floor and only way you can shift is without it. Have a 6 speed 2002 f-350 diesel (7.3l) Is this the slave cylinder leaking or something or maybe a different cause?
The trick to driving a manual transmission is giving gas very gently
while letting the clutch up. The clutch only starts to engage when the
pedal is about an inch and a half from the floor, so any gas you give
before that will cause unecessary revving.
To get a feel for when the clutch engages, try the following excercise. Put the car in first gear and bring the clutch up ever so slowly without giving gas. At a certain point you will feel the clutch starting to engage and hear a difference in the sound of the engine. If you're bringing the clutch up too fast the car will stall. If you bring it up slowly enough the clutc will start to engage and you will begin to advance.
This excercise will develop your motor skill to manipulate the clutch effectively and will allow you to know exactly when to give gas when letting the clutch up.
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