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last few questions and i should be good to go

i posted up on compd last night and have got 0 answers so seeing if you all can help me, the truck is a 02 f250 original auto truck converted to manual with a nv4500 but still running the esof ford transfercase with a 12v, thanks for any help and hopefully i can get all this done soon and then wrap up my downpipe and intercooler pipe fabrication and get my driveshafts done and enjoy my hard work because i miss driving my truck

1. the hydroboost line coming from the brake master back to the steering box do i T that into the line that goes from the p/s pump to the steering box?

2. for wiring up the grid heater can i use the stock ford glow plug relay or do i have to use the dodge relays?

3. to start do i jump the park and neutral wires together to bypass the safety switch? thats how all the import conversion's I've done work but not sure on these since the transfercase needs neutral to go into 4low from what ive read

4. reverse light wiring?

5. for the clutch hydraulics i used a ford master with dodge slave and dodge line ive got it to build pressure but the next day it takes about 10 pumps to get pressure again is it just not bleeding completely? any easier way than just pumping till my shoulder and arm is killing me?

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Correct on the steering lines.
I ran a push button for my grid heaters with two ford relays controlling them. Works great and they are manual control.
Idk on this one my truck was already a stick when i started
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Is there any leakage? if not maybe the slave is losing pressure after it sits for awhile. Did the slave have that pressure lock fitting on it?

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I just grounded my Park/Neutral/Safety wire, and deleted my grid heater

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Correct on the steering lines.
I ran a push button for my grid heaters with two ford relays controlling them. Works great and they are manual control.
Idk on this one my truck was already a stick when i started
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Is there any leakage? if not maybe the slave is losing pressure after it sits for awhile. Did the slave have that pressure lock fitting on it?
ok thanks and a few people responded on compd about the hydraulic issue sounds like i need to make a 24v dodge master cylinder work as the ford one doesnt move as much fluid to the dodge slave which sucks because i just bought a new ford master

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ok thanks and a few people responded on compd about the hydraulic issue sounds like i need to make a 24v dodge master cylinder work as the ford one doesnt move as much fluid to the dodge slave which sucks because i just bought a new ford master
I used a Ford 6.0 liter PS pump. It worked out perfect and lets you keep your master cylinder and everything else

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im talking about the clutch master not the brake master

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I just grounded my Park/Neutral/Safety wire, and deleted my grid heater
i am curious why you grounded your neutral safety wire?

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i am curious why you grounded your neutral safety wire?
Just the engine Park/Nuetral/Safety is grounded, I have the PCS P/N/S wired up correctly. Of course the purpose of the wire is to prevent the truck from starting in gear and the PCS does that for me.

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