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(1990 Ford F-150)
in Dearborn, MI on September 25, 2010
recently i had a broken mount for clutch and brake pedal assembly replaced it and also master cylinder shaft had wear so i replaced it bleed lines now the vehicle starts but wont shift into gear have a new clutch and a slave cylinder dont now what to do next
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on September 25, 2010
I'm thinking you have the Mazda 5 speed manual transmission (M5OD)? This is the one with the slave cylinder inside the bell housing of the transmission. These are very challenging to bleed air out of fully, so I would say first to try and re-bleed the clutch system. Can you build pressure by pumping the clutch pedal? Does it have a good feel? Has the clutch itself been replaced?

Start with the re-bleed and go from there.
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