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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-13-10, 07:19 AM Thread Starter
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1992 F-150 Inline 6 - Hydraulic Clutch

I notice when it is cold that my hydraulic clutch seems to want to stick to the floor. I does come back up but it doesn't feel normal. After about 5 minutes or so of use, it operates fine.

What causes this and what can I do?

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Re: 1992 F-150 Inline 6 - Hydraulic Clutch

Could possibly be master cyl ?? Wouldn't do any harm to try bleeding clutch .
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Re: 1992 F-150 Inline 6 - Hydraulic Clutch

Is the fluid full? Spray the pedal bushings with WD40 too. it may help.

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Re: 1992 F-150 Inline 6 - Hydraulic Clutch

The resevour is full
I have never bled a clutch before, although I have done plenty of brakes.
Is the process similar?
Searching on the web it appears that there are quite a few people that speak to this same issue on hydraulic clutches when it gets cold.
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Re: 1992 F-150 Inline 6 - Hydraulic Clutch

The bleeding procedure is similar. Just shut the bleeder before the pedal gets to the floor.

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