f150 older model clutch will not engage

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Asked by Apr 18, 2017 at 12:50 PM about the Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My son's truck is having clutch issues.  We've replaced a lot of stuff.  Clutch, master, slave, bushing, safety switch, hoses, transmission.....I'm frustrated and I know my mechanic is frustrated.  Clutch goes to the floor and will not engage.  The lines have been replaced and bled numerous times.  I keep thinking it's got to be something easy he is missing....please help.  We've got too much in this vehicle to start over.  

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Was the clutch fork installed properly?

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Can you elaborate on the "clutch fork" being installed properly? What would I need to ask my mechanic? When the clutch is pushed to the floor, it is tight and full of pressure, upon release, 1/2 way upon returning to the original position, it seems as if it "catches".

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