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Old 11-30-2009, 10:15 AM
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Clutch pedel broke

I was rowing through the gears and when let off the clutch my clucth snaped up and somthing came loose/ broke
and now the cluch comes way up to the bottom of the dash
any body know what I broke or what I need to fix/replace and how to do it?

broken switch?

parts that fell out.
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Old 11-30-2009, 02:05 PM
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found the clip broke that holds the clutch rod to the clutch master
than the piston poped out of the master when I was trying to get the clip out...time for a new master
any I ideas where to find one cheap?
I found the master, line, slave for $180 at napa.
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Old 12-10-2009, 09:19 PM
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Unless they're different it's a "one piece" unit on the '97 and older. Once I got it and looked at it you might be able to re-use individual pieces but I couldn't find anybody that'd sell the master/slave individually.

EDIT: FWIW I put the NAPA system in my truck and it's worked well for about 10k until I shucked the gearbox last week.
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Old 12-10-2009, 10:06 PM
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Me too

Same thing happened on my 99 SD. I used a short length of small chain to fix.
I don't have any pictures. I ran about 3 inches of S-chain from the bottom of the large pedal return spring to a 1/8 inch hole I drilled in the alum. pedal support bracket. I put on a short spring to pull the chain up out of the way. Works great for 30,000 so far. Didn't want to replace an OEM master cylinder with 40,000 on it.
JB
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