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Clutch slipping 2004 350z roadster......if i ajust the clutch pedal fork underneath the dash, will that stop the slipping of the clutch......does not slip unless i get on the gas alittle......have very little play in pedal top end....thanks for your time.....scott (from memphis,tn)

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A clutch is usually adjusted from underneath the car if it's a mechanical clutch.

Your comment that there is very little play at the top indicates an improperly adjusted clutch. You should have about 1/2 - 3/4 inch of play before feeling the clutch in the pedal.

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