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Old 09-26-2005, 07:04 PM
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Clutch adjustment?

I just had my rear main replaced on my 95 F150 with the 4.9 and the M5OD. When I got it back from the shop, they said they adjusted everything and lubed the shift fork after they dropped the tranny to get to the rear main. The only problem now is that it seems like the clutch pedal doesn't engage until almost the floor, like the last 1/5 of pedal travel. They said they didn't touch the slave so it shouldn't need to be bled, so is there some adjustment I can make so that I get engagement and disengagement at about 1/2 pedal travel where it is supposed to be?
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