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Old 06-17-2003, 08:08 PM   #1
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Default Just got the clutch replaced..

I just got my clutch replaced (THANKYOU quality Suabru in Wallingford, CT)

anyway...
It feels like it catches VERY low (low=pushed in) now...
is this normal or does it just feel different because its new..?

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Old 06-17-2003, 11:47 PM   #2
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The shop may have just adjusted the pedal travel to make sure it is fully engaged and doesn't slip when your foot is off the pedal.

You can adjust it out a little yourself, where the clutch lever leaves the passenger compartment near the gas pedal, to go into the firewall and engine bay. The rod that pushes on the hydrolics through the firewall is adjustable, you can loosen the nut and then screw the rod out.
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Old 06-19-2003, 06:56 AM   #3
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Thankyou
I will give that a shot... I will just lossen it a little bit

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Old 06-20-2003, 01:17 PM   #4
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The shop may have just adjusted the pedal travel to make sure it is fully engaged and doesn't slip when your foot is off the pedal.

You can adjust it out a little yourself, where the clutch lever leaves the passenger compartment near the gas pedal, to go into the firewall and engine bay. The rod that pushes on the hydrolics through the firewall is adjustable, you can loosen the nut and then screw the rod out.
which way would you adjust it? my clutch engages too far out for my liking, I have to have my foot off the ground and in a very bad position for fine control. I'd like it to grab further down, would I screw the rod out? or further in? I'm guessing in?
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philip, yes, in to shorten the rod
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philip, yes, in to shorten the rod
thanks, done deal, MUCH better now.
From reading the directions I got the impression the adjustment was done in the engine bay, but it was actually by the gas pedal, no big deal.
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