f150 won't go into gear

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Asked by Nov 20, 2014 at 07:33 PM about the 1993 Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

We have replaced the clutch, slave cylinder, master cylinder, and have tried to bleed the clutch for air. It still has problems going into gear and bleeding the clutch is not working.

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Just have to ask,i know you are bleeding slave cylinder,but,are you doing it like you would brake,s,,by pumping?

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Pumping three times and holding, then bleeding through the bleeder valve. Any other suggestions?

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Yes,dont,pump it,it is a free bleeder,have some one hold the pedal down,open slave bleeder.let fluid free flow through it,do this several time,s and make sure to keep fluid in master cyclinder,all ways shut valve when checking fluid and dont release pedal until the valve is tight.By bleeding like brake,s you let air in to it.

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