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Old 10-06-2012, 06:50 PM   #6861
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Lost the clutch pedal at work, had to limp it home,shifting without the clutch and killing it at every light. No to figure out what the heck messed up! Think I may sell it after this!!!!!!! Any help would be much appreciated !
Is the pedal on the floor?
Is the fluid empty?
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Old 10-06-2012, 07:33 PM   #6862
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Heavy duty 4R70W with stage 2 shift kit. Over $800 in upgraded parts Done...
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Old 10-06-2012, 07:35 PM   #6863
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Lost the clutch pedal at work, had to limp it home,shifting without the clutch and killing it at every light. No to figure out what the heck messed up! Think I may sell it after this!!!!!!! Any help would be much appreciated !
Check the fluid, when I first put the tranny in I went to get a new used driveshaft instead of my homemade shortened one. Drove to the city about a hour away cause no one had the length I needed around here and lo and behold I ran out I fluid trying to find the place. Lets just say It was a great experience when I was trying to learn standard lol.
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Old 10-06-2012, 07:40 PM   #6864
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Heavy duty 4R70W with stage 2 shift kit. Over $800 in upgraded parts Done...
very nice, let me know how that shift kit does, im wanting to upgrade me pos e40d eventually.
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very nice, let me know how that shift kit does, im wanting to upgrade me pos e40d eventually.
Sure will, Now I just got to order few more parts for my upgraded engine.

valve springs, 1.7 rollers, lifters, Edelbrock Performer Truck intake, ect...
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Old 10-06-2012, 08:08 PM   #6866
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Sure will, Now I just got to order few more parts for my upgraded engine.

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im waiting to get a f150 before i do any engine mods to the 460. gotta have a vehicle that gets somewhat good mpg.
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im waiting to get a f150 before i do any engine mods to the 460. gotta have a vehicle that gets somewhat good mpg.
Just get a body for the totaled truck, you already have the 302.
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Just get a body for the totaled truck, you already have the 302.
and a rebuilt transmission. but im not 100% sure the frame isnt bent, i dont think it is, but id be pretty pissed if i have $800 worth of body parts to put on and find out the frame is bent after pulling the cab or something. but i am looking for a 96 with a blown engine/transmission or just a cheap f150 with high miles.
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Dang it's around 3.75 here
Man... Good thing I don't have to pay for gas.
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Is the pedal on the floor?
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Part way to the floor, has fluid(first thing I checked) pedal has been acting weird for a while now, getting closer to the floor before disengaging, drove it to work this am and when I left foot went all the way down,, I'm kinda thinking master cylinder, but not sure? The fluid is suppose to be at the bottom of the diaphragm correct?
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