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1992 ford f250 deisel 7.3 clutch adjustment

Is there a adjustment on 5 speed manual transmission cluthch

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SOURCE: manual 5 speed transmission 1989 ford ranger

Try to see past the slave hose and bleeder to see if you can see the slave work. Could it be stuck in the depressed position? Have a helper push the pedal while you watch. I think your tranny is broke.

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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SOURCE: 96 escort manual 5 speed stuck in reverse

Is the stick moving? or is it 'stuck' in the reverse position as well? There are adjustments but it seems more likely that your 'stick' has come unstuck from the gear levers that actually put the gears in the right spot. Have someone look at the transmission while you move the stick to see if the levers are moving and put your response here.

Posted on May 08, 2009

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Travis Mcilree

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SOURCE: how to change transmission oil on a 1993 ford f250

Fluid - M/T: Fluid Type Specifications
The manual transmission models M50D; Borg-Warner T-18 and ZF model S5-42 each use Motorcraft MERCON© Multi-Purpose Automatic
Transmission Fluid XT-2-QDX or DDX (ESP-M2C166-H) or equivalent.

There should be a drain plug near the bottom of the transmission, the plug should be removed by inserting a 3/8" ratchet in the hole on the plug. Drain the oil.

There should be a similar plug higher on the transmission case, remove this and fill from there.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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danny herget

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SOURCE: 1992 Ford F250. The clutch pedal will not release

you need to blead out the clutch cylinder,same as brakes get someone to pump the clutch pedal up and down and then hold the peddle down and crack the bleader screw on the clutch slave cylinder.do this until all the air is out .If this does not work then you need to replace the clutch.

Posted on Dec 08, 2009

Kevin S 310

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SOURCE: what kind of transmission fluid for 2003 ford

DONT USE GEAR OIL IN A MANUAL TRANSMISSION. it will blow your seals out. the gear oil is too heavy and will block passages in the tranny

Posted on Dec 20, 2009

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