How do you adjust a clutch on a 97 Nissan Altima?
you can't its hydraulic, if the pedal feels weird just try bleeding the clutch system
The "Idle Air Control" valve is not adjustable, it is a computer controlled motorized valve that controls the engine idle speed. It can be removed and cleaned. They wear out and need to be replaced. On some injection systems you can adjust the closed position of the throttle plate to change the operation range of this valve. But they are not adjustable
You have had your 1997 Nissan altima's ac clutch and compressor changed and your ac still won't work it will go on for about 5 minutes then click off for the rest of the day need help any suggestions?
The 97 usually has a clutch cable that is self-adjusting. This cable usually gets replaced when a new clutch is installed, as it is difficult to un-adjust it once it adjusts for clutch wear. Some enthusiasts fit their car with the old-style manual adjusting clutch cable, in a belief that is helps clutch feel and prolongs clutch life. The clutch cable itself is between the motor and the battery, a big black thing that hooks…
If a 1997 Nissan Altima cuts off at a stop light, there is a problem with the fuel getting to the engine. When you are accelerating, there is pressure and a higher flow of fuel, which is why it won't cut off then. The problem could be a leak in the fuel line, the fuel pump itself, or a fuel filter. It will need to be serviced.
A 1997 Ford Mustang has a CABLE OPERATED CLUTCH If you want to adjust the clutch - without the engine running put your transmission in first gear - GENTLY pull the clutch pedal UP until it stops - SLOWLY push the clutch pedal DOWN ( if the clutch needed adjusting you should hear a click , that's done every 5,000 to 6,000 MILES )