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Loose clutch,leak on clutch cable next to gearbox,

The clutch pedal of my ford laser is loose. It does not return back when depressed. How can I adjust it

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  • Jeff Adkisson
    Jeff Adkisson May 11, 2010

    does the clutch still work in the car?? sounds like possibly a slave cylinder has gone out and needs to be replaced

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If it is a hydralic clutch there is no adjustment. and if it is leaking on the transmission you need a new slave cylinder.
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