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Re: Stuck Clutch on a Ford 600 series

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07-08-2012 11:53:44

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A number of ways that might fix it. #1 block the pedal down for a few days. #2 start it in gear the highest you can and do this only if you have the room to drive it around safely and drive it till it frees up and if you can hook something on behind so it has to pull harder keeping your foot on the clutch pedal at all times. #3 pull the starter off and then pull the plugs out and spray the clutch area with brake cleaner spray and at the same time turn the engine over so you get the whole clutch area. If you look in the archives in either of the ford forums this is addressed many many times

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07-08-2012 22:49:42

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 Re: Stuck Clutch on a Ford 600 series in reply to old, 07-08-2012 11:53:44  
If the excellent suggestions do not work, you might try taking the starter off, place a 90 degree bent sharp bar between the pressure plate and clutch plate, and then have some one strike the bar with a hammer. I have freed up several stuck clutches this way. Not sure if it will work on a 600, but it is worth a look. Please email me if I can be of additional help.
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07-09-2012 15:34:51

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 Re: Stuck Clutch on a Ford 600 series in reply to Farmerhr, 07-08-2012 22:49:42  

Thanks. I used some of the suggestions and read through the forum archive and got the clutch freed up today by blocking the clutch down yesterday and putting it in 4th today and tugging on it a bit with a truck. freed up and seems to work good. Thanks again.


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07-10-2012 11:53:15

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 Re: Stuck Clutch on a Ford 600 series in reply to Solar_Guy, 07-09-2012 15:34:51  
To make sure it does not happen again it is a good idea if your going to park it for any time at all the block the pedal down. Doing that does not hurt any thing and I have an 8N that has the pedal blocked down right now and I have not run it in at least 9 months

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07-08-2012 16:31:40

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 Re: Stuck Clutch on a Ford 600 series in reply to old, 07-08-2012 11:53:44  
excellent. thanks!

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