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Crx cable clutch problem

I have a 1991 honda crx it has a cable clutch and when i step on the clutch pedal it is really hard and it only engage when it is very deep it feels really bad i know what to adjust it from the bottom of the transmittion with the cable to loosen it but that does not work it it does make it softer to step on but the tranny is not engaging if i loosen it and i did not loosen it too much whereas the tranny can not engage i think what im trying to say is if there is another thing i am missing like a pedal adjust not just the cable

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  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2009

    i have change out a new motor i got from ebay
    and still have the same problem
    i think it is the pedal

    my friend has the same car and its pedal feels so smooth
    unlike mine, it is really smooth
    is there an adjustment i can do on the pedal
    like the brake pedal adjustment?

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The clutch assy. is worn out. When a clutch is new the springs on the pressure plate sit flat. When you push on the clutch the springs don't have to move far to disengage, making it easy to press on the clutch pedal. As the clutch wears the fingers of the clutch spring move out, clutch pedal effort and travel increases to the point that the clutch will not disengage anymore. Along the life of the clutch the cable can be adjusted to minimize this. You have reached the end of the adjustment, sorry for the bad news but the clutch needs to be replaced.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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