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post #1 of 13 Old 09-22-2007, 01:46 PM Thread Starter
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Clutch pedal Sssqueakyy

Hello new to the Forum , has anyone had a squeaky clutch pedal in a 94 F350 this thing sounds like a haunted house and i have tried everything but taking the pedals out. Is there a plastic bushing in the bracket that suports the pedals ?

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did u see if it was the spring

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It does sound like the spring but i have oil and greased all the contact points even the throw out bearing arm , the only thing i cannot get to is the support bracket the pedals are attached to" i wish it had a grease fitting" .

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grease the cable

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grease the cable
It has a hydraulic clutch " Throw out bearing " , where is this " cable " located at ?

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I wish I could help ya out, my clutch has been creaking for months too. Don't know what to do about it.

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They have plastic bushings on the cross over rod that the clutch pedal is connected to. It runs over to the clutch mastercylinder linkage. Another small bushing is located where the master cylinder rod connects to the clutch pedal linkage. The spring pivot should also have a little grease on it. These trucks don't have a clutch cable.

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Derrick are they hydraulic??

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They are completely hydraulic. The clutch pedal pushes a rod that operates the clutch master cylinder. It forces break fluid through a hose to the slave cylinder, that operates the clutch fork. I really like the setup, but they do have a few weak points. The bushings are notorious for wearing, and when replacing the master cylinder or slave cylinder, it is difficult to bleed the air out of the system.

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No adjustments then huh?

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