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Author:  Doz [ Thu Jun 30, 2011 12:19 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Clutch Adjustment

Oh , That's grim ....

Underneath the car and reach up over the back of the box? :(

Author:  emo5c [ Sun Sep 11, 2011 9:11 pm ]
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Yes it's a bit awkward to get at as you can't see it, especially when you've got your arm in the way. It's under the gearchange cables a bit further down (not far though). It is behind a plate of some sort but you can feel it as it has a knurled ring. It needs turning clockwise (looking from the front) to lower the pedal height. I've done it with trial and error and its' been fine. (so far) :)

Author:  Doz [ Mon Sep 12, 2011 10:30 am ]
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I looked a Torres92's .. it didn't seem much more awkward to be honest.

Author:  DJDave [ Mon Oct 03, 2011 10:39 pm ]
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My Clutch is dead high too and looking under the bonnet today not sure if this is the right area, but found 2 cables next to each other on the right and then put my hand under/to the end of those cables and felt like a bolt/screwy type thing but it would not move when I tried to turn it.

Is this the right thing to turn by the sounds of it and if so, what is best to loosen it WD40?

Any help would be great thanks.

Author:  Roc [ Mon Oct 03, 2011 11:02 pm ]
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DJDave wrote:
My Clutch is dead high too and looking under the bonnet today not sure if this is the right area, but found 2 cables next to each other on the right and then put my hand under/to the end of those cables and felt like a bolt/screwy type thing but it would not move when I tried to turn it.

Is this the right thing to turn by the sounds of it and if so, what is best to loosen it WD40?

Any help would be great thanks.


Once you get it going it will move, turn it clockwise (looking from the front) a few turns. WD40 might help get it going.

Author:  DJDave [ Wed Oct 05, 2011 3:24 pm ]
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emo5c wrote:
Yes it's a bit awkward to get at as you can't see it, especially when you've got your arm in the way. It's under the gearchange cables a bit further down (not far though). It is behind a plate of some sort but you can feel it as it has a knurled ring. It needs turning clockwise (looking from the front) to lower the pedal height. I've done it with trial and error and its' been fine. (so far) :)


I'm sure I have found it as this is behind a plate and it feels like 2 screws in the plate and then this in the middle with a rod coming from it, I have soaked it in dw40 but still not moving lol :roll:

I might get my little sister to press the clutch when I have the bonnet it open, or try the screwdriver idea.

Author:  Doz [ Wed Oct 05, 2011 3:30 pm ]
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DJDave wrote:

I might get my little sister to press the clutch when I have the bonnet it open, or try the screwdriver idea.


Mind your fingers if you're groping about whilst she's pressing the clutch

Author:  DJDave [ Mon Oct 10, 2011 10:35 pm ]
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So after 2 hours of me and my brother having a go to move this bolt/screw thing we got it to move about halfway round but still dead stiff, we even tried taking the wheel off and putting the car up on the jack to get a better grip, but not much joy so we gave in after that.

It is a bit lower then it was but nothing great, so he said next time I go to garage to ask them about changing it for me, seems to be stuck on so tight. :evil:

Author:  Reedy [ Tue Oct 11, 2011 12:45 am ]
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get some WD40 on it! and a gym membership

Author:  DJDave [ Tue Oct 11, 2011 8:23 pm ]
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lol been there done that got the t-shirt still nothing :lol:

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