Question about 1985 Nissan King Cab
I have the same problem accept going into first gear, hope someone can help. I have a hydraulic slave cylinder and I believe yours is mechanical. If yours has a hydraulic system than you can have your line bled out or look for the bleeder valve yourself and have some one press the clutch all the way down after you open the bleeder valve. The air should release out. Release the clutch pedal and and close the bleeder valve. If it's a mechanical system then you may have an adjustment on the actual linkage. You can google bleed clutch lines or mechanical adjustment on nissan clutch.
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