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Broken clutch pedal

I think the lingage might have broken on the clutch pedal. I have a shaft attached to the pedal about 3" long, that goes into the fire wall. How hard is this to replace and where can I find a diagram of this?

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    If the ear on the pedal that attaches to the rod is intact, and I assume the rod is intact, check the clutch master cylinder and slave unit for leaks. Some slave units are integral with the throwout bearing and are inside the bellhousing. any dripping from inside there is likely from that. Master can also internally bypass with minimal seepage. Check for fluid where the rod goes through the firewall and under master also for any fluid.

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The shaft attached to the pedal connects to a device that changes the forward motion of the pedal to a backward motion to the clutch. These shafts are attached with cotter pins and you might be lucky and simply broke one. Check this site for how a clutch works: http://auto.howstuffworks.com/clutch.htm

Reattaching the shafts with new cotter pins isn't hard. But if one is broken, you have to get a replacement. Try a junk yard, it's cheaper.

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