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 Post subject: cluch sitting to high
Posted: Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:43 am 
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hi guys i just done a auto to manual conversion but my clutch is sitting
to high how do i get it to sit in the rite place
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 Post subject: Re: cluch sitting to high
Posted: Tue Apr 19, 2011 10:07 am 
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spinner1987 wrote:
hi guys i just done a auto to manual conversion but my clutch is sitting
to high how do i get it to sit in the rite place


You adjust it via the 2 nuts at the firewall in the engine bay. Turn the nuts clockwise (ie. tightening the nut "in") and the pedal will go higher, turn them clockwise (ie. loosening the nut "out") will see the pedal fall. If you only have one nut...I suggest you put another nut on or use loctite (light strength) to stop the nut from moving over time changing the height of the pedal (most likely loosens meaning pedal drops to the floor and you have a hard time pushing the pedal).

 

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