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Clutch pedal adjustment Ford 8NB 1952, pedal travel distance

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SOURCE: 1979 ford f350 clutch pedal travel 1/2 inch

sounds like the clutch armerature may be hanging or broke. it's the rod that ingages the clutch.

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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SOURCE: loose clutch,leak on clutch cable next to gearbox,

if it is a hydralic clutch there is no adjustment. and if it is leaking on the transmission you need a new slave cylinder.
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Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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SOURCE: clutch cable adjustment

the clutch cables dont really adjust if its still to long after fitting a new clutch then i suggest that a new cable fitt4ed aswel as it seems to have stretched

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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SOURCE: how can i adjust my clutch pedal on my 2001 ford

There is an allen key bolt located on top of the actual pedal under the dash board, as you turn it you will see the pedal move.

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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SOURCE: how do you adjust the clutch pedal freeplay in a

Dear micus 1979,
Just went through the slipping nightmare!
Here's the deal, check between the thermostat housing and the transmission where it connects to the engine block after you have let it warm up to operating temp. If you feel water then you have a leak in this housing that leaks water and antifreeze directly into the clutch area of the transmission. Btw, just in case, the thermostat housing is the black plastic part on the front right of the motor that connects to the radiator hose. If you can help it, DO NOT TAKE IT TO A MECHANIC! They wanted to charge me over $200 to replace what turned out to be a $50 part at O'Riely's and about 30min.s of work! Hose clamp pliers a real plus on this one! Yes folks, a $50 part can cause you to shell out up to about $1200 in clutch repair costs! Go FORD!

Posted on Apr 21, 2010

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Ford everest 2011 3 litre4x4 dual clutch slipping in top gears clutch has only done 40000 long distance kilometers. Help


if hydraulics clutch system , replace the master cylinder ( blockage in compensating port or incorrect clutch pedal adjustment under dash
if cable clutch replace the cable or again adjust the clutch pedal for free play

Jun 10, 2016 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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Clutch pedal travel is excessive. Sits about 2"


A clutch pedal takes MUCH more travel to function correctly, when compared to a brake system...

A clutch needs to be replaced (maybe) when it SLIPS, Chatters, Or fails to release...

Other than that, the clutch will need to be adjusted to allow for total release of the relese bearing when pedal is released, and full disengaugement when pedal is depressed....Have a mechanic look at the adjustement, as proper adjustment gives longer clutch life. This is a periodic adjustment item.

Apr 03, 2011 | 2001 Subaru Impreza

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I have over 2" of clutch pedal free travel in my 88 chevy 3/4 ton. I have tried bleeding the slave cylinder several differant ways but this doesnt change the free travel distance. what am i overlooking?


You could have a weak slave cylinder, or the fingers on the pressure plate may be worn out. If this is the original clutch I would probably say that is about worn out and the clutch fork is at the end of it's travel and can not be adjust out any further.
On some slave cylinder end you can find that the end of the slave rod had a adjustment ball that can be screwed out to help decrease free play. You might look and see if your slave has an adjustable rod, if not you are going to likely going to have to replace either the slave or the clutch.

Aug 04, 2010 | 1988 Chevrolet C1500

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I have a 2001 Ford Mustang, v6 3.8 5 speed manual


The clutch is not fully releasing. You can try putting it into some other gear first, then rapidly moving to first gear, but really, you need to either adjust the clutch, or get it repaired.

Jul 07, 2010 | 2001 Ford Mustang

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1998 Ford Taurus SE, Problem Transmissions wont Shift, Took it to the Shop and they Said it Had to be a Electracal Problem?? But they did not Know what, Some times Works Fine Other Times Check Engine Comes...


TRY THIS I BET IT'S YOUR PROBLEM

Neutral Safety Switch
  • Put the selector in the park position.
  • Loosen the screws on the neutral safety switch.
  • Remove the switch.
  • Reverse the procedures to complete the installation.
Clutch Start Switch
CAUTION
Before replacing the clutch switch or any component connected to the vehicle's control computer, disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
  • After replacing the switch, slowly work the clutch pedal and note any unusual noises or interferences with pedal movement.
  • If the switch is adjustable, make sure the clutch pedal height and push rod (free) play are correct.
  • Then check the release point of the clutch.
  • Begin by engaging the parking brake and installing wheel chocks.
  • Start the engine and allow it to idle.
  • Without depressing the clutch pedal, slowly shift the shift lever into reverse until the gears contact.
  • Gradually depress the clutch pedal and measure the stroke distance from the point the gear noise stops (this is the release point) up to the full stroke end position.
  • If the distance is not within specifications, check the pedal height, push rod play, and pedal free play.
  • If the distance is correct, check the clearance between the switch and the pedal assembly when the clutch is fully depressed.
f_mt_tps9.26.jpg Clutch switch to pedal assembly clearance. Courtesy of Toyota Motor Company.
  • Loosen the switch and adjust its position to provide for the specified clearance.

May 22, 2010 | 1998 Ford Taurus

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Clutch will not engage.


You have to bleed the system again they can be a pain in the b@TT, also get a second person to operate the clutch and watch to see if the lever moves, if it does pull off the rubber and make sure you have the Y on the pivot ball inside the transmission. And if you don't get enough throw adjust the clutch rod on the clutch pedal by removing the pin and loosen the lock nut and make it longer by unscrewing the shaft. You want a half inch of free play at the top of the pedal the you want the clutch to catch about 3/4 of the way down. Also if you try to put it in gear does it grind the gears? Also did you put the clutch plate in backwards this is a common mistake even for a pro who gets interrupted by a phone call or a good-looking gal walking by, if ya need more suggestions let me know by posting to this comment.
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Aug 20, 2009 | 1991 Ford Ranger Supercab

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I have a 94 b3000 mazda. can the clutch pedal travel distance be adjusted? i have about 2"'s of clearance before the clutch engages! Had the clutch assembly replaced about 4 yrs ago. The truck has almost...


if you have not yet replaced the clutch master cylinder , that will be the cause of the problem
once that is replaced the pedal will come back to correct height

Aug 05, 2017 | 2007 Mazda B3000

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How to adjust clutch brake on a eaton 2800 series clutch which is installed in a 2004 sterling dump truck


This is from http://refrigeratedtrans.com/mag/transportation_replace_original_equipment/

"A good clutch adjustment begins by identifying the location of the bearing. It should be positioned 1/2" to 9/16" from the clutch brake."

"After the bearing is set, adjust the truck linkage to allow the clutch brake to squeeze a .010" feeler gauge between the bearing and clutch brake when the pedal is no more than 1" to 1.5" from the floor. Setting the clutch brake position too far from the floor reduces the stroke to the clutch and could cause release problems and reduce brake life.
All that remains is checking the free-pedal distance in the cab. With the pedal in the up position, there should be 1" to 3" of free pedal. The clutch is now adjusted correctly."

Apr 21, 2009 | 2004 Ford Super Duty F 450

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Clutch slipping


first i would try adjusting the clutch cable because commonly people with think that they're clutch is going out when really just the cable has gotten stretched....try adjusting that first and if that works then you should be fine for another couple thousand miles but if you want to not have to worry bout it for awhile i would just replace teh clutch assembly....usually ranges from $200 to $450 depending on the clutch set and the mechanic that does the work for you. Let me know what happens. :)

Oct 01, 2008 | 1990 Peugeot 405

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Front wheel Drive query


DEar Customer,

your from is that your car is front wheel drive & you have to reset your car clutch point that loose its sensitivity as they had before,

its not a big prib you have to open bonet than make more active clutch wire with streching clutch joints.

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