Well that sounds like he was right thinking the clutch master was a problem based on what you said about it. I'm thinking he might need to bleed the clutch. There's a tool at harbor freight called a mighty Vac. Get one. That and a rubber sink stopper. Here's a video of a guy using that setup. Sounds like he has a big issue with air being trapped. I've never known that to cause a wrench light to appear, but that's what the mechanical issue sounds like to me. That, or he has a leak somewhere. Running the Ford clutch bleeding process will tell you of there is a leak somewhere.He decided to take it to Ford anyways.
He replaced just the Clutch Master Cylinder. His pedal assembly didn't have any cracks from what I was told.
Factory clutch still, 75,xxx miles on odo.
Nothing on floor board but I want to say on the assembly had some fluid. Whenever you would pump the pedal you could hear like an air woosh sound coming from that area. If that makes sense, lol.
Don't believe so, Didn't look before dropping the car off.
Brake lights still work
Didn't try cruise control but was able to drive 25 miles to a Ford Dealership. Had to lift up on the clutch pedal every time to go shift to next gear. When you are pumping the clutch pedal, it will act like it's getting hard to push again but as soon as you quit pumping it goes back to the floor.
I'm sorry I didn't get back to you sooner on this.
The Ford recommended way of bleeding the clutch is to hold vacuum of -21 psi for one minute, then release. Put the lid back on the reservoir, pump pedal 12 times and repeat this process three or 4 times. If you don't maintain vacuum, it means there's a leak. It's easy, but you need the simple tools to do it.