Why gear stick Won't shift at all

70

Asked by Aug 29, 2013 at 03:28 PM about the 1990 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi everybody  I have a 90 ford f150
lariat xlt and we just recently
replaced the slave cylinder and
hydraulic clutch line. The problem
was in the first place a burned out
clutch. So everything is put back
together and the truck starts. There's
fluid in the Transmission and brake
fluid in the the reservoir, but truck
won't shift in gear any solutions.
Thanks so much in advance

2 Answers

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ok- you said you replaced the clutch hydraulics- then you say you had a "burned out clutch"- did you replace the clutch? did you pull the tranny out? obviously, if you pulled the trans the linkage may not have been put back correctly- more info, please

70

Yes clutch was replaced and yes tranny was pulled out. Linkage is the problem could have been put on wrong. Thanks Jamnblues

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