Question about 1993 Mazda MX-6
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I found that this web page can show you diagrams if you know what your looking for. Just keep clicking till you get to the buying option, but instead of buying click on view image! http://www.parts.com/mazda/1993-mazda-mx3-parts.cfm
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
The clutch pedal can be adjusted inside the truck under the dash. You need a 10mm and a 12mm open wrenches to make the adjustments.there is a 3-4 inch threaded rod that you loosen the 12mm lock nut then you can turn the rod with your fingers or the 10mm wrench. Turn the rod so it gets longer toward in the direction of the engine. then start the truck and check how the clutch feels. when it feels right then tighten up the 12mm lock nut. If this does not solve the problem then you may need a new clutch.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
The clutch pedal return spring fits onto the cicular pressed steel ring that surrounds the clutch linkage. There is a tiny hole on the top edge of the steel pressing. Difficult to see and best found by feeling around top edge but take care as pressed steel has sharp edges.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
Beth, having looked under thousands of hoods in my life I have never seen a non-hydraulic clutch in a Japanese car, not to say that they can't be out there somewhere. Bearing in mind that the clutch pedal is to the left of the brake pedal as you sit in the car, under the hood look just to the right of where the brake master cylinder juts out. Should be something that looks very much like the master cylinder, but much smaller. The hydraulic clutch is identical in operation to the brakes, work is done at the other end via the pressure of your foot. So you should see a small tube a bit bigger around than a man's thumb. A small vial on top of it and a single line coming off which runs down to the bell housing area. Bell housing is between the transmission and the engine and houses the clutch. Remove the top of the vial, just like on a master cylinder and see if there is fluid in there. Some makers use the brake master cylinder as the reservoir for the clutch also.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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