How to Remove a Ford 1991 F150 Hydraulic Clutch Line?

Answer Ford equipped the 1991 F-150 trucks with a hydraulic clutch actuation system on the 4.9-, 5.0- or 5.8-liter, naturally aspirated gasoline engines. The hydraulic clutch generates pressure at the mas... Read More »

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DIY: How to Bleed the Hydraulic Line in a Ford Ranger Clutch?

The Ford hydraulic clutch system consists of a clutch pedal, master cylinder, flexible hard line and a slave cylinder with a bleed screw located in the transmission bell housing.

How to Remove the Hydraulic Clutch Line on a 2000 Chevy Truck?

The clutch on a 2000 Chevrolet truck equipped with a manual transmission uses a hydraulic line to connect the clutch master cylinder to the transmission. If the hydraulic line suffers a leak, the s... Read More »

How to Remove a Fan Clutch in a 1991 Ford Explorer?

The 1991 Ford Explorer uses a fan clutch with a large, left-hand threaded nut that is threaded on the water pump hub. This requires a large wrench and a special tool to hold the hub while the nut i... Read More »

How to Remove a Firewall Master Clutch Cylinder From a Ford F150?

The master clutch cylinder of your Ford F-150 truck is an important part of your truck's clutch pedal system. If you find that the accelerator or brake pedals are providing too much or too little r... Read More »