I just changed the clutch, pressure plate, pilot bearing and throw out bearing on my 2008 Ford Mustang V6. I put everything back together and notice the clutch pedal was on the floor. Whats wrong here

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Asked by Sep 18, 2015 at 10:25 AM about the 2008 Ford Mustang V6 Premium

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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did you take the lines apart to replace the throw out or when you pulled the trans? you need to bleed the clutch add fluid at the clutch master cylinder and bleed it

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I didn't. I just unplugged the TOB, drop the tranny installed a LuK OEM Clutch kit and put it back together.

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Listen to RHODES2345, he's is on the money...

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How do I do that. I would rather get it from you guys other than research everyone and their grandmothers tricks. Plus I am on a time crunch. Will this include dropping the tranny again?

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No Rhodes2345 just answered your question, wanted to say I think he right on the money with the answer he gave you...

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Great, you guys are awesome. Thanks Rhodes!

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