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How to adjust clutch on 1974 chevy 4x4 pickup

Clutch has to be pushed all the way to floor board and held. Very stiff. Need to know how to adjust tension.

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You don't adjust tension,that is built into the
clutch pressure plate

You will have to remove the trans & inspect
the parts involved

The mileage on the parts & how their working
is pretty much what is required

Posted on Oct 26, 2012

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SOURCE: Clutch needs to be adjusted on 1995 Chevy 2500 Pickup

You might still have a little air in the system, try bleeding it one more time. There isn't any adjustment like on a cable clutch system.

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SOURCE: Chevy l989 4X4 5 speed manual clutch not working

Almost every time a clutch is replaced in a GM with hydraulic release system that system is replaced as well. You can try, and try, and try again to bleed it, but you will eventually replace the clutch slave and master cylinders. Once the slave is allowed to fully extend, it is then virtually impossible to make it function correctly again.

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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