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On a manual transmission 2000 hyundai elantra

Is there any way to adjust the clutch pressure plates

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  • silver top May 11, 2010

    as you will have to remove gearbox/transmission to access the clutch assy which consists of a diaphram type pressure plate preset at factory assy it is not worth stripping to fit and adjust yourself ? if you suspect something is wrong ? then at this stage it would be sound advise to renew clutch assy as a whole if you intend to keep car ? if you wish you could ak on board for info advise as to what is wrong with clutch that you suspect pressure plate ? would be glad to help / advise you best wishes from the n/west uk

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Nope if the clutch slips it needs to be replaced

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Shop around for a best price, and a trustworthy garage !

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A FixYa rating would be Nice....Thanks.....John.

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