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Old 12-15-2004, 17:50   #1 (permalink)
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Clutch proplems! A very gripping problem

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My problem is the clutch engages and disengages at the very top of the pedal and the slightest touch makes it off friction and winding each gear out it seem to take 1 second or .5 of a second to get friction when I let the clutch completely out.

I’m think the clutch is still ok it’s just slowly moved too far up the pedal, is their any way to adjust it my self? Even though I don’t know too much about mechanics. What are your thoughts.

Any help would be great Thanks
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There's a simple adjustment for it under the bonnet against the firewall.
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Yep back it off say two turns...
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Im an idiot, i cant seem to find it, it would be really great if you could tell me in more detail. Thanks for you help and im sorry
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its a nut against the firewall on the engine bay side.. do you know which cable is the clutch cable... just follow that cable to where it goes through the firewall on the drivers side of course. and where it goes through the firewall there is a nut you turn to adjust it.
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