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My clutch pedal will not engage on my 1986 Nissan pickup truck the pedal will not go down

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Check the clutch switch at clutch pedal.

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SOURCE: 91 nissan pickup 4 cyl.

Did you or replace the throw out bearing ? Or the clutch has to be adjusted. does it have a hydraulic clutch ? These have to be bleeded like the master cylinder of the brake sytem.

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SOURCE: the clutch on my 1986 nissan pickup engages at the very top of the pedal. How do i adjust it

I have A 91 Nissan pickup with a hydro clutch and I adjusted it by threading out the threaded rod at the top of the clutch peddle inside the cab I hope that helps

Posted on Sep 16, 2012

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The clutch on my 1986 nissan pickup engages at the very top of the pedal. How do i adjust it


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Shift fork may also be one of the reason! watch the shift fork while moving the clutch in and out.
1)The shift fork is near the clutch master cylinder on the tranmission housing. you should now move the fork left and right while the clutch is moved in and out. 2)From your query, it sounds to me that your clutch is not engaging and disengaging completely. 3) This is due to the air block. Make a bleeding process to blow the air out! 4)A broken shift fork will also prohibit the clutch from engaging/disengaging.

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as the clutch wears the "free pedal" is reduced ... its easy to adjust "free pedal" and important to do so .. when there is very little or no free movement above where the clutch engages/disengages then the clutch starts to wear rapidly ... if there are no other symptoms like clutch chatter, slipping or noise then the clutch plate likely has some life left if it is adjusted properly and promptly ..

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Your slave cylinder for the clutch is leaking. It's on the bottom of the transmission towards the engine (follow the fluid trail!). Though it's not too difficult to replace, it IS messy. And be careful with what you touch when you have that fluid everywhere, it eats paint. Usually a new slave will come with detailed instructions on how to properly install and bleed it.
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Could be the clutch is wearing down.If it's in ALL gears,it is likely the clutch.If i remember correctly,your car has a hydraulically activated clutch.If this is the case,under the dash,where the clutch pedal attaches to the clutch master cylinder,there is a jam nut,either 12mm or 14 mm wrench,loosen the jamnut,and spin the threded rod in,towards the clutch pedal,and away from the firewall.This should make your clutch pedal engagement point closer to the floor,and easier to shift.

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