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We have done 130000 kms and the clutch is getting down can it be adjusted or does it need replacing

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    gord storey May 11, 2010

    most clutches are not adjustable

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Hello. The clutch operating system in your vehicle is hydraulically controlled. There are no adjustments. If the clutch is not slipping, going up hills, a replacement is not necessary at this time.

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