this is good- i have way too much play in my pedal!team123luder said:I don't think you can adjust the clutch in our cars since we have a hydro setup. You could however adjust pedal play and I doubt the'll be any harm in that.....
You set the position of the pedal to your driving taste... there really isn't a standard position of the pedal. I don't think I've been in two cars with the same pedal position....
playboyesq said:you cant adjust the pedal hight (im 90% sure of this) you can set the pedal free play for sure though. The free play is the jiggling that the pedal has before the master starts to push fluid to the slave and actuating the throw out bearing against the pressure plate. if you were to set the pedal lower to the floor of the car then the clutch would be partialy disengaged and the tranny would slip like an SOB. so the pedal play is adjustable not the pedal hight.
your clutch could be on its way out whens the last time youve changed it. do you abuse it as in drive it really hard?88SE Lude said:The pedal height changes simply as a by-product of adjusting the free play. You are still adjusting the free play.
You MUST have the right amount of freeplay or you will have problems.
I can only assume you quoted me by mistake.playboyesq said:your clutch could be on its way out whens the last time youve changed it. do you abuse it as in drive it really hard?
when your adjusting free play do it to manufactures spec and no more or less then they say. extremley small amounts of free play can cause clutch slipping because of what i stated before.