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Clutch feels like its on the way out just wondering if there is a manual adjustment i can make to it ke laser

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You can check under the clutch pedal for an adjuster and if not there look under car/truck and it will be a bar that comes from the clutch pedal. and if thiers no adjuster then its a hydroulic and you should go to a shop.

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