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hydro clutch adjustment

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by stevennn09, Apr 26, 2008.

  1. stevennn09

    stevennn09 Member

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    i just replaced the clutch in my 94 ex. and for some reason the clutch engage point is about 2-3 inches before the clutch pedal is fully let out. it doesnt chirp at all in any gears, altough it doesnt slip at all. is there some way to adjust it to make the clutch engage closer to the floor??
     
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    are you past the 1000 mile break in on the clutch?
     
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    i'm at like 7 hundred something, the manual with the new clutch said like 400 mile break in period .
     
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    I belive you can adjust the pedal play but there is no adjustment for a hydrolic clutch
     
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    damn. well idk i'm not sure if i correctly bled the clutch because it's hella soft. would that have anything to do with it?
     
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    yes, you have to bleed it better, get a bleeder bottle and hook it up to the slave cylinder, open the valve and see if and air bubbles start coming out, also check your clutch fluid reservoir to make sure its full
     
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