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1999 Ford Explorer

Clutch

(1999 Ford Explorer)
clutch will not engage
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on June 02, 2010
is the fluid ok in the master? if it is, then you may have a failed clutch assembly. part of the throwout bearing is the slave cylinder. you need to make sure the slave is moving the fork inside. remove the rubber boot at the trans and have someone push the clutch pedal to see if there is movement. if there is, then you need a clutch assembly. runs about600-700 at our shop.

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on June 02, 2010
is the fluid ok in the master? if it is, then you may have a failed clutch assembly. part of the throwout bearing is the slave cylinder. you need to make sure the slave is moving the fork inside. remove the rubber boot at the trans and have someone push the clutch pedal to see if there is movement. if there is, then you need a clutch assembly. runs about600-700 at our shop.

Roy
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