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truck wont go into gear

i have a 2002 ford f250 with a six speed manual, i have a south bend clutch. i was driving the other day and it started going into gear hard. the only way i can get it into rev or first is to shut the truck off. i have replaced the clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder any help would be great it my only transportation as of now waiting on insurance money from wrecking my car thanks sam
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Did you bleed the master salve cylinder's right? or did you get a pre bled kit.

Also could be a broken clutch fork

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i have bleed the system about three times its like the clutch is not pressing on the shift fork far enough i was going to try and bleed it again today. and also when i put the truck in gear and start it up it will start to creep forward like the clutch is dragging a little bit. is it common for the shift fork to bend or crack and cause this problem?
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You might want to just go to ford and get a new pre-bleed system. Bleeding them systems can be a PITA

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yea i might just suck i already spent the money on the others and they are metal instead of plastic thats why i went that route instead
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Try bench bleeding it. I usually use a piece of old brake line with the right size nipple on the end to screw into the MC. Fill with fluid, redirect the hose back into the reservoir, and use a screw driver as the rod to pump it.

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brendonv are you talking about the brake master cylinder or clutch master cylinder? but i did bleed it again last night it seems to be getting better the more i drive it, just going to keep my fingers crossed for now the rest of the air works out. thanks for every ones help
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Clutch, that's what the threads about right?

I've done it on all my vehicles on the past I've changed the master in, and never had a air problem.

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