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Clutch slipping on 2004 350z roadster

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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  • vanman3456 Feb 21, 2009

    My clutch seems high before it grabs. Is there an adjustment for this? 2004 350z roadster

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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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