This is a common procedure and info is available in any shop manual. If your speaking brakes, look there, if your speaking clutch look there. (There are several slaves in most any hydraulic system.) The part is available at most any part store. You can also rebuild the cylinder if it isn't in too bad of shape and save some money.
It has to be on the slave cylinder, not sure that was your question.
no. the clutch master cylinder is under the hood, typically near the brake master cylinder, and the slave cylinder is underneath, connected to the fork and throwout bearing on the transmission.
The slave cylinder is inside the transmission on most models and can't be changed without first removing the tranny. It would be a wise decision to change the clutch at the same time as the job requires a lot of labor.
what is the gross gvw for f350 with 3.73 rear trailer max weight
on the side of the dash
behind front grill area
There was more than one engine option. Which engine did you have in mind?
F350 is a Ford. Why is fuel getting into the crankcase? Dead cylinder and it is running past the rings. If that's not your question, rephrase it and ask again.
There is none.
how do you replace a fitting from a high pressure oil pump that is leaking oil in a 2001 ford F350 diesel truck?
if you look on the side of the battery at the bottom there is a plastic wedge that holds the battery from moving which is normally held in with a 5/16 or 8mm bolt
The towing capacity of a 2001 Ford F350 dually diesel 4x4 truck is 8,250 pounds. This allows the truck to safely transport all but the largest trailers and boats.
firing order is 13726548 #1 CYLINDER IS RIGHT FRONT
No, the brakes have nothing to do with the drive shaft.
It would be a ( 2 valve per engine cylinder ) Ford started using the 5.4 liter 3V engine in the 2004 model year of the F-150
99.9% sure its your crankshaft positioning sensor.
whats the maximum cargo weight of a 2001 f350
passanger side front to back 1,3,5,7 driver side 2,4,6,8
No, the 2003 Ford F350 rims will not fit on a 1999 Ford F350.
That body style ran from 1999-2003.
There is no adjustment on your hydraulic clutch. Try pumping (quick stabs on the pedal with your foot) the clutch a few times and then push your clutch all the way in. If the clutch works better after pumping it, your slave cylinder is leaking and needs to be replaced. If there is no difference, you may need to bleed your hydraulic lines - if you have air in there, the air will compress unlike hydraulic fluid and your slave cylinder won't have the full range of motion.
32.75 quarts ( includes the heater and 5 quarts in the coolant reservoir )