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I'm trying to find the name of the part that goes on the cable to the clutch that makes the pedal work?

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The slave cylinder or the clutch fork not very sure what you are trying to describe too me.
If you can give me a little more info i will try to help you to the best i can.
Thanks dodge tec

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f_mt_tps9.26.jpg Clutch switch to pedal assembly clearance. Courtesy of Toyota Motor Company.
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