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1991 Ford F 250 hydraulic clutch


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cplante
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Jun 20, 2009, 5:26 AM

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this is a ford f 250 1991 pick up the speedometer says 63000 but we think its 163000 it has a 4 speed manual trans and there are no apparent leaks in the hydraulic system and the peddle is good if there were a leak it would go to the floor and have no pressure it will go in any gear and doesnt grind no matter what gear you put it in i think the pressure plate must be disengaged or it would not seem like neutral in every gear clutch peddle depressed or not is there any history of the yoke breaking inside these transmissions the manual says its a concentric slave and u have to take the entire transfer case etc to access i like to rule out and other reasons before doind this like the switch on the clutch peddle could it be causing this any help appreciated , the clutch and pressure plate were replaced by the previous owner about 1 yr ago also


Hammer Time
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Jun 20, 2009, 6:24 AM

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Your question is a little confusing as to what your actual problem is.
I think you are saying that your clutch feels normal and you can shift to any gear easily but when you let the clutch out, nothing happens. Is that correct?




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dplante
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Jun 23, 2009, 5:14 AM

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Hi yes thats exactly what is happening there are no leaks and the peddle feels normal yet unable to move


Hammer Time
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Jun 23, 2009, 5:19 AM

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Well, assuming the driveshaft is not turning when this happens, it means broken parts internally. It could be a broken input shaft to the transmission or a broken clutch disc.

This is also assuming that there is no problem with your shifter and you are actually changing gears.

You will likely have to remove the transmission to determine the cause.




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