I just replaced the slave cylinder and clutch on a F150 1992 straight 6 (4.9L) 5spd. If it is the internal concentric slave cylinder, you will need to split the transmission from the engine. Take both driveshafts loose, the speedometer cable, mounting bolts to the transmission bracket, and both gear shifters, and support with floor jacks. The engine should be supported as well. There are 6 bolts around the bell housing to remove. Mine took a 5/8" wrench. You might need to remove the front fuel tank, depending on clearance. I would suggest making a couple of bolts that are the correct diameter to use as lineup pins when you put the whole system back together. When you have it split, there are two bolts w/ 10mm heads to remove and the whole thing comes out. A quick attach hydraulic coupler attaches the hydraulic line to the slave cylinder, you need a little plastic tools to push down on it, and it comes apart. Simply put it back together in reverse order.
If its an external slave cylinder, like my Dad's 1993 F250 7.3L turbo diesel, its. easy. Snap the slave cylinder off the bell housing, use a punch to drive the roll pin through, and its apart. There is a small rubber o-ring in there that will come with the new kit, do not forget to install it. The rest of the directions are with the new slave cylinder, and its a gravy job. If you've done it before, 15min will do it with a friend to help bleed the system. If its internal, sorry but it will take some time. If you're in there that far, at least replace the throwout bearing. I'd inspect the clutch as well. Mine was $150.00 at Advance Auto for the whole thing, pilot bearing, clutch, pressure plate, and throwout bearing. Getting the pilot bearing out of the crankshaft was the worst part. I ended up using a die grinder and a chisel.
You Must remove the trans to access the slave... on the 5 speed for sure.
you just replace it
front passenger site
you need to be more specific on year model there are a few different designs that all remove differently
4 nuts under the dash around the brake pedal
Yes , the slave cylinder for your hydraulic clutch is inside the manual transmission bell housing. It slides over the input shaft to the transmission and is bolted in place inside the transmission . To CHANGE the slave cylinder the transmission has to be removed , but the lines to the slave cylinder CAN BE BLEAD from a fitting that extends outside of the transmission bellhousing
if its a standard/manual truck. slave cylinder would be located on the firewall next to the brake booster, and would take standard dot 3 brake fluid.
Yes , the slave cylinder for a HYDRAULIC clutch is inside the manual transmission bellhousing. It slides over the transmission input shaft and is bolted to the transmission
www.motorcraft.com shows (.044 inch ) plug gap on the 1989 F150 300 cubic inch ( 4.9 L ) straight 6 cylinder engine
( .044 inch ) - for the 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 cylinder engine in a 1989 Ford truck
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Best answer I've found is here (I have a 2001 F150): http://www.clutchwizard.com/fordtruck.htm Basically the problem is that the master cylinder is at the wrong angle to bleed the system completely with the master cylinder attached to the firewall. You have to take the master cylinder off the firewall and detach it from the clutch pedal, then tilt it to get the air into the line. After that, you bleed it in more or less the usual way, with a helper operating the bleed valve, but pushing the piston directly instead of pushing the clutch pedal. The alternative is to assemble the whole system off the truck and bleed it on a bench. Good thing they made the master cylinder and the brake cylinder out of PLASTIC, and put the slave cylinder INSIDE the bell housing, huh? (My slave cylinder went at less than 60K).
Bad or improperly installed throw out bearing? broken throw out bearing fork? hydraulic? bad slave cylinder?
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.
cylinder # 1 is the front cylinder on your straight 6
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Bleeder screw for clutch is at the slave cylinder, on the bell housing of the Transmission. The bleeder for the brakes is on the calipers, and on the backing plate of the rear drum brakes
The firing order should be 1-5-3-6-2-4.
you put the brake fluid inside the master cylinder
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