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How to ajust the clutch on a 1995 sierra gmc truck

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U most likely have a worn clutch or air in the system from a hydraulic leak this has no adjustment .

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You cant. its hydraulic

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either the clutch master cylinder went bad or the clutch slave went bad. look for dripping fluid

Posted on May 22, 2009

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