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SOURCE: after clutch replacement in 97 200sx, shifter linkage not alignin

have the linkage reset. its not very hard to do.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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SOURCE: 300 FOURTRAX CLUTCH

not the clutch. problem should be in the trans or the ratchet mechanism on the shift drum

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Clutch adjustment on a 1996 4700 International DT 466 Truck

You would usually find it at the flywheel area - on the clutch slave cylinder

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if it worked before why a new clutch,,,(context wins, here/??????)
ok, so you the clutch is failing,
you never posted the symtoms, not really
does car start in gear with clutch depresses, or start to move
does car take off in 1st ?
or is it just moving fast issues>????
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was never adjustED
the side kicks (not sport 1.8L) all have
cable clutches, and the 1 inch rule stated here.
i bet you didnt adjust it or the linkage splines are damaged.
or the pedal is cracked , caused by bad cable.
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