Tell me if this works...go to nissan z tutorials....go to drive train, and then to clutch adjustment....will this take the slipping out...have very little play top end, clutch pedal has about 1/4 play before feeling the clutch............scott from memphis,tn
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Re: clutch slipping on 2004 350z roadster
This is a Hydrolic System ,thus there is no Adjustment for what you discribe, You will need a New Clutch Assemble. I Recomend replacing ALL Clutch Parts while Trans is out. Uncluding All the Parts Listed Reliece Bearing, Clutch Disc, Pressure plate,And Renew Slave Cylinder FLUID.
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you may have a clutch problem. If it doesnt slip, I would keep driving it. 33k is awfully young to need a clutch unless its been abused...... The engine does NOT have to come out, I dont know who told you that BS???? its no different than any other rwd car.
SLACKEN the clutch cable. I had the same problem with my wife`s Legacy - as the clutch plate wears, the cable tightened up. It started to slip. When I asked the Subaru dealer to adjust it they TIGHTENED it even more, and said the clutch was slipping because worn out, and needed replacing. It took three minutes to slacken it off myself and the car has now done another 20,000 miles with no clutch problems.
No wonder Subarus are now so rare in rural areas!
The adjustment is right at the back of the engine in the middle under the firewall. You may need top adjust the "HillHolder" cable as well.
DON`T PANIC! It`s easy