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Posted: Jan 06 2020 at 7:57am | IP Logged Quote Am4wag

Jumped in to go to work this morning and the clutch isn't operating.Just drove the truck yesterday.Mastercylinder is full of fluid.How does a clutch just "go out" overnight"?

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Posted: Jan 13 2020 at 8:07am | IP Logged Quote frontierguy

pull dust cover at slave cyl., see if fluid is present.
most likely will need master and slave cylinders. must
bleed damper on firewall.

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Posted: Jan 27 2020 at 8:09pm | IP Logged Quote Am4wag

No leaks,reservor full.Slave is traveling.Actually been driving for about a week since-no more episode.....

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Posted: Jan 31 2020 at 9:14am | IP Logged Quote Am4wag

3 days later on the way to work today problem is back.Can't roll the truck with pedal in (engine stopped).So it's appearing that the clutch is not releasing.Barely made it back home.Had to stop engine at red lights,start back up with pedal pushed in,then ofcourse hard shifts.Got home clutch seemingly not even working (releasing) now.However mind you,clutch does not slip.Again,no leaks or low oil in m/c or s/c and the s/c is traveling and pushing the fork.Am I correct in thinking the tranny is going to need pulled (to access clutch components) at this point?

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Posted: Feb 11 2020 at 7:31am | IP Logged Quote frontierguy

The springs on the pressure plate or disc may be worn or
broke, yes trans will need to come out.

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Posted: Feb 21 2020 at 5:45pm | IP Logged Quote Am4wag

After quite a wrestling match laying under the truck removing and reinstalling the trans.,replaced all clutch components including the release fork,pivot ball,dust boot,and retainers for the fork release/bell housing.Everything was shot.I mean shot.

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