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There is an adjusting screw on the side of the transmission where the actuating fork meets the cylinder. You adjust so there is just a slight play when the pedal is not being pushed down. If the adjustment doesn't provide any results, then the clutch plate is worn beyond the adjustment range and needs to be replaced.
This year and model uses a Hydraulic clutch release system, all hydraulic clutches by design are self adjusting. If you have a hard pedal or a slip problem you need to replace the clutch disk and pressure plate.
The whole idea behind the Hydralic Clutch is there is no adjustment.If the clutch is slipping then you need a new one.If you are having trouble getting it into gear then you may have a bad clutch master and or slave cylinder.Let me know if i can help.
I am sorry to inform you that there is no adjustment for the clutch on a 93 Mazda MX-3 in the 1.8 or 1.6 model. They are both hydraulic, which means that it keeps all the play out of it, on its own. The fluid fills up any slop at the slave cylinder. When the clutch starts to slip it is time to replace it. There is an adjustment in the pedal for free play and height, that's all.