Question about 1992 Mitsubishi Mighty Max
I had a throwout that was just a bit bigger than the oem one and that caused me the same problem,its something else to check too
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Posted on Jul 04, 2009
What do you mean by 180 out?.. i had the same problem, but doesnt look like its out. mine looks like it broke where the clutch cable connects to a plate that is welded to a shaft for the throw bearing release
Posted on Oct 15, 2012
The silent shaft is 180 degrees out. It causes vibrations that eventually snaps the clutch control lever when the clutch pedal is engaged.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You will need to turn the cable adjuster so there is only about 1/8 inch of free travel of the cable where it attaches to throw out fork before it starts to move the fork. Once the throw out bearing is achieving its full travel the clutch should release and enable gear selection.
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