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How do i adjust the hydraulic clutch on my 92 gt legacy

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  • char_lee Aug 01, 2008

    the clutch is brand new

  • char_lee Aug 01, 2008

    the clutch is brand new

  • char_lee Aug 02, 2008

    are you sure i can adjust the clutch from he pedal, clutch kit is brand new

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    case801 Jan 15, 2012

    sounds like new clutch and old slave cylinder. Theres a little hydraulic setup, much like breaks, and it connects to the mechanism that engages/disengages your clutch. If your clutch is new and seems so out of adjustment that it doesn't work right, adjusting it at the pedal could make more problems than it solves. Check the slave cylinder. I pray that it is one of those mounted OUTSIDE your transmission and not INSIDE, so you won't have to take the ****** out again
    -good luck!

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Only clutch adjustment is at the pedal as they are hydraulic. Clutch may be worn, cheers

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