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I dont know were the clutch cable ajustment is.

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There is no clutch cable. The single, dry disc type clutch uses a hydraulically operated master cylinder and a release cylinder mounted on the clutch housing. The clutch release cylinder is not adjustable. Clearance is automatically compensated for by internal design of the cylinder.

If your clutch is not releasing properly, the most likely cause is a worn out clutch disc, which will require more travel to disengage than the hydraulic system is designed to provide. It is either this, or your master and/or slave cylinders need replacement.

Posted on May 24, 2011

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Hi, check beneath the hood. Adjust the clutch by changing the pedal height of your Toyota Corolla. Loosen the stop nut, get the clutch into the position you like and then tighten the nut.

Posted on May 24, 2011

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