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Old 05-26-2013, 12:03 AM   #1
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OK guys so my clutch is acting up in my 2013 when I am racing so I pull out and when I shift and let back out on the clutch the pedal only wants to come half way back out or maybe 3/4 but no slipping just the pedal is staying there unless you put your foot under it and pull it back out do you think it may just need bled it does not do this under everyday driving just when racing
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Old 05-26-2013, 01:41 AM   #2
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There's a thread on the issue about 1-2 weeks old, I don't remember title.
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Old 05-26-2013, 02:01 AM   #3
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2013 clutch sticking issue, is the name of the thread. I see why ppl don't use the search, its useless, it brings up every year on the fourm.
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:51 PM   #4
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If you upgrade your clutch-line to a Jpc clutch-line kit, and remove the clutch pedal assist spring, an e problem will be solved.

JPC Clutch Line & Bleeder Package - Justin's Performance Center



Step 1 - Remove top clutch kill switch assembly for cruise control. Twist it

Step 2 - Remove clip and arm off of the left side of the pedal, clutch hydraulic arm. HOW you ask? Remove the clip on the left side, then push clutch slightly in to remove pressure, you will feel when it will move freely. Pull left and twist arm parallel to the marching surface aka ground.

Step 3 - Pull pedal towards you/seat/back of car. All the way until the spring pops out of its white plastic cup/seat

Step 4 - Remove ********ard spring from your life, reassemble everything else, and realize that your pedal assembly is now a GT500 clone with no stupid *** "assist spring" holding the pedal down
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I still need to remove that assist spring and give that a go. Just keep forgetting too on my off days. Maybe i'll do that thursday along with the 20,000 other things I have to do.
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I still need to remove that assist spring and give that a go. Just keep forgetting too on my off days. Maybe i'll do that thursday along with the 20,000 other things I have to do.
If it's not broke, why break it.
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If it's not broke, why break it.
Mine sticks to the floor sometimes under high RPM shifts but isn't under any of the TCBs from Ford. My 2011 is to young. lol.

So I wanted to try without the assist spring and see if that helps. Can put it back on if It doesn't feel better. Other options is to just take 3 days off work order an after market clutch and hope I can do that install myself!
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Sounds like a simple fix I ordered a clutch fluid line yesterday will take the spring out as well.


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Old 05-27-2013, 10:29 AM   #9
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So I went out there and took the spring out made a few hard passes and its not doing it now so that must have been the problem
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