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Old 05-24-2005, 02:03 AM
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Leaky Clutch pedal

1986 Ford Ranger 2.3L

Hiyaall,
I filled my Brake and Clutch reservoir today and (maybe) overfilled the clutch reservoir too much because after driving around a little bit I noticed undernearth the clutch pedal on the kickwall..there was some fluid from the pedal. OR does this mean something else? I noticed in the engine side there was fluid that leaked out of the overfilled clutch resevoir down the tube and was visible where the fluid goes into the inside at the (engine)wall
Do I have to worry about the clutch going to the floor? Am I paranoid for nothing? Or when it leaks other than me overflowing the clutch tube...what does that mean then..(for future reference) In other words, is it normal for the clutch pedal to leak?
I hope all that it is, is that I overfilled it. Thanks, Bozo4ford
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