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Clutch pedal adjustments, clutch adjustments, at times to shift hard


there should be an adjustable rod on the pedal under dash will need one or two 12mm spaners loosen lock nut screw the rod out of pedal a few turns the try it see if it works its possible the clutch may be worn out and need replacing or may be low on fluid or leaking from slave cyl or master cyl if the adjustment works tighten lock nut and your done

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Sounds like it could be just an adjustment problem. If your car has a cable to the clutch it could be stretched enough to not let it disengage enough. Or the other scenario is that your pressure plate and disk are worn out finally. Try the adjustment first.

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Looking for clutch fan for 1990 diahatsu rocky and radiator can contact at [email protected]


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A clutch cable doesn't take much to install. Who told you $600.00?? You don't have to take the trans. loose to do this. All you do is unhook the cable from pedal and unhook if from the trans. This job should only take you an hour if you've never done it before. How long has the clutch been in your car?

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