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92 F-150 Think my slave or throwout bearing went?

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Old 10-25-2011, 09:44 PM
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92 F-150 Think my slave or throwout bearing went?

92 F-150 manual 5speed This morning got up to go to work and after two miles of leaving my driveway my truck started making a screaming noise sounded like it wuz under my feet if i would push my clutch pedal in about a quarter of the way it would stop reagardless of wut gear i wuz in it still did the same thing didnt hardly make it two more miles from when the symptoms started i had no cluch at all my pedal just stays on the floor but clutch is still fully engaged meaning if im in first gear and start my truck im immediatly driving my question is wut wuz the screaming noise i heard and why is my hydralic clutch pedal on the floor is it my throwout bearing internal slave cylinder or both? can they go bad at the same time??
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Old 10-25-2011, 10:00 PM
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check pedal to master cylinder linkage
check for fluid rupture on master cylinder and line down to slave
check slave cylinder , look for fluid dripping from bell housing

your could have had a clutch disintegrate and jam momentarily and take out the slave

My experience with my 93 is that when one goes they are all about ready to go , replace them all at the same time.
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It is probably your Slave cylinder. My 94 150 I had did the same thing and it was the slave cylinder. The pedal stayed right on the floor. Luckily mine was not in gear when it happened and I could drag it around to get it fixed.
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