Question about 1994 Isuzu Amigo
It is not adjustable as it is Hydrolic. it self adjusts.
If you just installed a master cylinder for it, the shaft does have a minor adjustment on it.
Most likely what is happening is one of two........
1. The clutch is worn out and the pedal is getting VERY LOW.
2. The clutch is new and you have air in the system............. These things are a nightmare to bleed out. slowly pump the pedal while someone uses a prybar to disengage the clutch to allow full travel of the slave cylender. While they hold the pedal release the pry bar and open the bleeder, repeat twice more, then fill the master cylender again, continue until all air is out!
Posted on May 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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