Question about 1985 Ford F 250
I have a 1985 F-150 and replaced all of the same as you. You have to bleeed and bleed and bleed the clutch master and slave cylinder. I thought there was something wrong but apparently if there is just the slightest amount of air anywhere in the system the clutch will not disengage. Also from the tiny air bubblees generated from the bleeding proccess you need to take a break and allow some time for the air to settle and rise between bleeds. Have patience it will work.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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