Sounds like it is your clutch slave cylinder. Depending on the type used, you probably will have to pull the tranny unless you have an inspection plate on your bell housing. Many of these are connected to the throwout bearing(which will need replacing also). If there is an inspection plate, pull it to make sure the hose connections are tight and no holes in the hose 1st. Good luck. I had the same thing happen with a 1989 Jeep Wrangler, everything had to be pulled. The Ford Ranger 4X4 in the early 90's have the same setup. This one was one really bone head idea they came up with.
The fluid reservoir is bolted onto the firewall. It is just to the left, looking from the front of the vehicle.
there's a quick disconnect on the transmission it might be bad or you might be running out of clutch.
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The fluid may of been low and now there is air in the lines. You need to bleed the clutch system..or air got in another way...if the clutch plate is worn the cylinder(actuater) may have over extended causing air to get in.
Put DOT3 brake fluid in the clutch pump located behind the brake fluid resevoir. Then pump the clutch and that should fix the problem
You probably have a leaking heater core.
Image on the Firing order on a f150 2002?
Is it actually leaking from the axle seal or once it got warmed up did it shoot some fluid from the front differential vent hose ?
Found it myself on the firewall. Little, bitty thing, mine was hidden by a car alarm siren.
Should be a plug on the side of transmission - fill to this level
Mercon V ATF as per the owners manual and Ford
look for a filler tube coming from the transmission on the passenger side
how do i find the neutral, or clutch switch on a 2003 ford F150?
Not positive on yours but usually it's like this. Make sure the clutch master cylinder reservoir is full. Then have someone push and hold the clutch pedal to the floor. Open the bleeder valve on the clutch slave cylinder, letting the fluid squirt out, close the bleeder valve. Repeat process. You do this until the clutch fluid comes out clear with no bubbles. Usually 2 or 3 pumps will do it. Then make sure the bleeder valve is closed tight, top off the clutch master cylinder fluid resovoir and you're done. Hope this helps.
No it is not normal. It means that air is being introduced into the steering line somewhere. The fluid bubbles because air will go to the highest point in the system. Check to see if you have any leaking fluid anywhere.
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If it is a stick, it could most likely be the clutch master cylinder or the slave cyliner. Check around the master for any leaks. Also, check the transmission itself and the clutch pedal in the cab. If there is fluid on them, that is probably your problem. Another thing could be the clutch pressure plate. If it is an automatic, check the transmission fluid and consider a transmission service.
Motorcraft MERCON ATF ( automatic transmission fluid ) for the 5 speed manual transmission - according to the 2002 F-150 owners manual
A 2010 Ford F150 pick-up uses automatic transmission fluid.
Clutch not fully releasing, low of fluid, or synchronizers bad. You may need to adjust the clutch pedal free play.
The Ford F150 was produced from the years 1948 to present in the United States. The cylinder 8 in a 2002 F150 4.6 is located against the driver side firewall.
I have to believe that it would be a bad wheel cylinder that controls the back brakes.
Mercon transmission fluid