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post #1 of 4 Old 10-25-2012, 08:45 AM Thread Starter
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New Member, Need Some 6spd Help

Hi Guys;

Im new to the powerstroke world. Been searching and landing here alot through google, so I figured id sign up.

First off my question;
I have seen many people mention they can get a new clutch pedal assembly from Ford Directly. I contacted 1 dealer, but they "dont show a listing". Can you give me a part number so I can tell them what to order? I have a leaky master cylinder, so im replacing the whole assembly. The truck had a high pedal from day1 when I bought it in August, and I made a couple of bandaid solutions but now the hydraulics have let go. The shop wouldnt install the new hydraulics without the pedal because the pin has totally worn away. I would attempt to repair it, but the pedal has been repaired too many times before. I think there is a small linkage/bracket that is supposed to come off of the pedal. Mine is missing, and the pin is directly on the pedal. It also looks like the pedal was cut into 2 at some point and welded back together, so who knows where the geometry is at this point. To avoid nagging failures due to incorrect geometry, I would like to replace the pedal, but I cant source a used one.


Secondly, I looked for about 8 months before I found this truck in good shape. Bought primarily because its much better on fuel than my F150 5.4. I can use it for daily commuting (44kms one way, or 28miles) and not feel gouged at the pump. I can also use it to haul toys around effortlessly. The 5.4 is no slouch when it comes to hauling a 3500lb car on a trailer up a fairly steep hill, but the diesel is just something else.

So anyway, if you can help me with the pedal part number, it would be appreciated.






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Thank you for the welcome.

I called a different dealer. He asked for the last 8 digits of my VIN, put me on hold for a whopping 20 seconds, and said it'll be here tomorrow.

$170 canadian. The web says they are about $150 (most threads titled 2008 or older) so thats not bad.


When I get a part number, ill post it here incase anyone else searches this in the future.
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Clutch Pedal

So im not sure what was wrong with the old pedal, but the new one feels about 1million times better.

Im going to keep the old pedal and just fix it as it wasnt as bad as I thought it was.

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