The 1995 Ford F-250 was available with either an automatic or a manual transmission. The manual transmission model uses a standard single disc clutch to disengage the engine from the transmission so that you can stop and start the vehicle’s motion, as well as shift the transmission. Over time as you use the clutch, it will wear out, and the discs will need to be replaced with fresh friction material. The friction material is similar in nature to brake lining material. Expect it to take the better part of a day to a day and a half to repair the clutch in your F-250.
Tools Used: Tools, Set of metric sockets and ratchet handle, Set of metric combination wrenches, Floor jack, Jack stands, Pry bar, Hammer, Drain Pan, Clutch alignment shaft
Disconnect the negative terminal from the battery. Shift the transmission into neutral, and remove the floor mat or the carpet. Remove the shift boot and shift boot bezel from the transmission opening. Jack up the vehicle and support it with jack stands. Remove the drain plug from the transmission, and draining the oil into the pan. Disconnect the speedometer cable and the back up light switch from the transmission.
Support the transmission using a jack. Disconnect the driveshaft from the rear of the transmission by removing the retaining U-bolts. Remove the clutch linkage from the housing. If it is equipped with a hydraulic clutch, remove the clutch hose. Secure these components to one side of the transmission. Remove the rear insulator and the retainer, and remove the crossmember. Remove the bolts attaching the transmission to the clutch housing, and slide the transmission towards the rear of the vehicle. Lower the transmission to the floor.