I have a 1994 5speed manual Hyundai Excel LS, but no service manual. I don't want to have to buy a new one, but I need to adjust the clutch! Can any tell me how to do this, or where I can find a service manual for it?
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manual? service or owners manual?<br /><br />here are some websites to get one and some are free<br /><br />http://www.haynes.com/products/productID/206<br /><br />http://www.pdfoo.com/result-hyundai-elantra-repair-manual-pdf.html<br /><br />http://www.autozmagz.com/category/hyundai/<br /><br />http://www.pdftop.com/ebook/hyundai+excel+manual/<br /><br />
If you don't have the service manual specifically for the vehicle and the proper tools to do the task, i'd suggest taking it to the shop instead. It wouldn't be worth all the trouble. But in case your in need of a service manual, may i suggest going to ebay and checking to see if someone is selling the manual on cd for 99 cents. It may sound like a scam or something because service manuals on cd at the dealer average $150-$200. But if one is offering the manual for 99 cents, buy it. It's actually like a copy of the one they sell at the dealership, so before you start on that difficult task, i advise in purchasing a service manual. If they don't have it on ebay, go to your local auto parts store and buy one for $25. The name would be either Haynes or Chilton. Good luck.
Should be able to replace the thrust, or clutch release, or throw-out bearing assy only, (all names i've heard it called over the years )but take a good look at clutch assy, just in case it's time & you want to save yourself R&R transmission twice in a short time.
by the sound of it you need to adjust the clutch to obtain the correct amount of free play,if you do not have the right amount of free play the clutch plates will drag and cuse the car to try to move with out any gas