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Old 02-02-2010, 16:28   #1 (permalink)
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clutch pedal has alot of play at top

HI, guys i have a 92 f 150 with a 4.9 l6. i replaced the clutch and slave over the summer and it ran fine. The last few months i noticed the clutch pedal wasnt coming all the way up when i let off it. i took a lok under there and it seems to me that their is some sort of bushing that has play in it and its causing the rod for the master not to push all the way in to disengage the clutch all the way thersfor its hard to get in to gear. Its even harder when its not warmed up all the way. I was wondring if there is an easy way to change the bushing without pulling the whole assembly apart. thanks for any input. I just want to add that i bled the clutch a bunch of times just to make sure that there was no air in the system.
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