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Suspect faulty switch,or may need adjustment?is this possible
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
good point but even if it is the cable one its automatic,hydraulic is non adjustable.if it is the cable operated one the clutch is mounted to the back of the flywheel,nothing difficult but you will need the round alignment tool,if its hydraulic it could have a dualmass flywheel which it is advisable to change thats a straight forward job to do is it a 1j chassis build 7th and 8th digit of the vin number
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
hi the clutch on accent is hydraulic operation so if pedal is very low on disengaging clutch ? you may have a problem with the hydraulics 1st thing to check is fluid level? this is the reservoir that feeds both brakes and clutch but is seperaterated inside if fluid low? top up and bleed the slave cyl however if fluid low indicates a leak ? possibly slave cyl? if no loss of fluid ? then prob may be fault in the master cyl ? check fluid come back with any update please ps if this problem has just occured? check for leaks ?
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
The clutch pedal can be adjusted inside the truck under the dash. You need a 10mm and a 12mm open wrenches to make the adjustments.there is a 3-4 inch threaded rod that you loosen the 12mm lock nut then you can turn the rod with your fingers or the 10mm wrench. Turn the rod so it gets longer toward in the direction of the engine. then start the truck and check how the clutch feels. when it feels right then tighten up the 12mm lock nut. If this does not solve the problem then you may need a new clutch.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
SOURCE: Clutch pedal switch stopper
dadielz 1590: To answer your question: Yes! However, there is a trick to it. 1. Make sure the remains of the old part is gone.
The new part will be a kind of semi-clear plastic and not super had, but firm material. I will have a small knob sticking out. That is the end you are going to place in the hole.
Here is the trick>>>>Ude a little "Dish washing liquid" and put it on the end you are going to put through the hole. Once you have the soap on it, Position the part, small end towards the open hole and then pull the pedal up against the other end of the part. Carefully apply pressure, pulling it against the new part and it should just pop into the hole.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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