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It's possible air got into the system, in which case you'd need to bleed it. Not difficult - just find the bleeder valve under the truck, hook up some tubing into a container with ~2 inches of brake fluid in it. Have a friend pump the clutch 10 or 15 times and then hold it while you crack the valve and let the old fluid out, then tighten. Repeat until clutch is firm. If the clutch won't firm up, you've got a leak.

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If the fluid is low, it's getting out somewhere. Either your cap wasn't tightened down, or you have a leak somewhere. It could be a very small, one-drop-at-a-time leak that you'd never notice, especially if your truck has an underside coated with oil, like mine.

 

Double check your fuse panel - if that is wet at all, there's a good chance you've got a CMC leak.

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