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Old August 18th, 2017, 03:17 PM
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Hi. Im new here. I see that this thread a bit old. I am hoping that someone is out there who can help. My friend has a 1989 F-150 and the clutch pedal is sloppy as can be. No one sells the bracket anymore. Before I try to reinvent the wheel, I thought I would check to see if anyone can help me.
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Are the plastic bushings still in place? Or in good condition? What do you mean exactly by "sloppy"?

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The bushings are gone and there is so much play that I assume the aluminum housing is rounded out. I just put in a new clutch and cannot disengage the clutch to shift once the engine is running.
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Not to sound like a jerk,....but did you make sure the clutch went in with the side labeled "flywheel" facing the flywheel? Also, is the slave cylinder new? I know they can be hard to bleed sometimes.


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