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I looked over the last few months and didn't see anything in reference to clutches, so here goes.
This past weekend, while hauling a trailer, I stopped for fuel. When I left the fuel stop, the clutch pedal went to the floor and stayed there. Since I was getting on the Turnpike, I made do with speed shifting until my next stop (clutch pedal worked on and off), where we tried to put some brake fluid in the upper reservoir (didn't seem to take much/any) and got to my destination. On the way home (when it was cooler), not a bit of problem.
The temps were over 100 degrees. Could it have just been the heat? Maybe a hydraulic hose expanding when it shouldn't? I have lots of places I need to go in the next few weeks and need my truck. What should I be looking for?
Edited to add, this is a 2006 F350, 4WD (manual hubs), 6 speed diesel.
Last edited by DieselDingo; 07-10-2012 at 09:29 AM.
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