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Clutch Master Cylinder

Good Morning!

Thank you for all the great information on this forum!

My girlfriend has a 2008 Ford Mustang 4.0. She tried to leave my house one day, but it wouldn't go into gear.

While inspecting her clutch master cylinder, I noticed the pin that is welded to her clutch pedal and that connects to her clutch master cylinder, was broken from the pedal arm. Also, in the floor board, was the spring that connects to the clutch pedal that works to push the pedal to the up position.

I removed the pedal assembly, and had the pin welded to the clutch arm, and installed a new clutch master cylinder.

After all was reinstalled, I noticed the speed control cancel switch wasn't making contact with the clutch pedal, and now, the speed control will not function.

I looked at some google images of the pedal, and see a rubber stopper that's attached to the clutch pedal that touches the switch. However, her pedal has no such piece, nor does it have a hole for such a piece to be placed.

I'm missing something, how can I adjust this?


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