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I have had the truck for just over a year and this issue just started. The clutch is not fully disengaging which is making shifing a bear. I am having to double-clutch to keep the gears from grinding. There is still fluid in the clutch master resevoir. I was going to bleed the system but could not find the bleeder valve on the slave cylinder. Any ideas on the issues or can anyone tell me where the slave cylider bleeder valve is?

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had similar problem!!

I Was Having A Similar Problem And Eventually The Clutch Would Not Disengage, Found The Problem To Be That The Clutch Fork Inside The Bell Housing Had Broken/bent In Half. There Is A Ford Service Bulletin On This But I Cannot Remember The Number. You May Be Able To Get Your Dealer To Pay For The Part But Its Only About $40.00. Hope This Helps. I Know Its Bad News!!!

P.s. There Is Not A Bleeder On The Slave Or Master Cylinder,but Can Be Bled By Loosening The Line.
 
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