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Clutch slips in high gear when I give gas going up hills in 94 nissan pickup. can I ajust it? thanks

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Im Taking this is a Manual Trans you have , If So Yes You CAN Adjust but Im Afraid to Say Its on Its Way Out << The CLUTCH, and you will need A "CLUTCH JOB, Requiring Transmission Removal.
I Sugest You Replace ALL CLUTCH COMPONENTS
1. Clutch DISC
2. Clutch PRESSURE PLATE
3. Clutch RELEASE BEARING
4. PILOT BEARING or BUSHING
5. ANY ENG. / TRANS. Oil SEALS Needed

Hope this Helps Although its BAD NEWS You can Save Money Repairing it SOON so as NOT to Cause Any More Damage

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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Might able to adjust it, but it wouldnt be worth it
if it slips when alot of resistance is put the the vehicle, it requires a new clutch for sure.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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