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Pedal adjust You can hear the motor moving and it dose move a little. But the pedals are uneven and dont fully adjust.What to do?

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  • jimgunn Jan 09, 2009

    Thanks, I must not of made it clear its not a clutch pedal. I have a automatic. Its a button that moves the gas and brake pedal up or down so people can adjust the pedal hieght to thier own preference. The brake pedal is now higher then the gas pedal. and they do move a little but not like they should .



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I't's likely that you have a fluid driven clutch. (works just like a brake)
There is a master cylinder on the firewall and a slave cylinder mounted on the left side of the bellhousing. First, inspect the pedal to ensure that all mechanical linkage is good (under dash) Then inspect hydraulic system for fluid level and leaks. Bleed out just as you would a brake. Any other problems would be with the clutch itself.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

  • Richard Scordino Jan 09, 2009

    OH!! You have to be more pacific in the future!! Words mean things. Never had to work on your problem and likely would have passed on it. Anyhow, now you know how to bleed out a clutch!!!



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