I think it has a hydraulic clutch and no adjustment.
You cannot adjust the clutch on the s-series.
S-series use self adjusting clutch hydraulics. You cannot adjust them
YOU CAN'T. The clutch is either worn out are the clutch slave cylinder is bad.
At the back of the engine, looks like a distributor!
you can't its hydraulic, if the pedal feels weird just try bleeding the clutch system
After you have located the clutch slave cylinder, have someone depress the clutch pedal. You should see the piston of the slave cylinder extend somewhat. If it does not, either the slave cylinder is bad, or the master cylinder, or, there is not enough brake fluid in the system for it to operate properly. Check the level in the master cylinder. If the slave cylinder is leaking profusely, it is probably bad.
It should be self adjusting. If its slipping then your clutch may be worn. Or if it has other symptoms, there could be a different problem. It says the clutch system is self adjusting in my manual.
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 into the transmission's front clutch release lever. IF you have a friend push the clutch in and out, you can easily see it operate if you're looking under the hood.
it is a hydralic clutch it has no adjustment
yes on suz. just bolt them one. on geo trackers 97+ it gets tricky
on the transmssion, no matter which of the 3 (3sp,4ps, 5sp) its really a reverse switch, see? reverse gear engaged switch.
the 97 escort has a hydraulic clutch. it uses brake fluid from the same system as the brakes. i dont think there is any adjustment possible. check your brake fluid level.
Loosen the nuts, take off the pivot pin, remove the fork and replace the pivot pin. The fork is inclined to the pedal.
Yes , it has a hydraulic clutch
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 )
Ebay - search for vitara or samuri, electronic manuals are available from $10AUD, or GBP4. Suzuki Samurai ('86-'95), Sidekick ('89-'98), X-90 ('96-'98) And Vitara ('99-'01), Geo Tracker ('86-'97) And Chevrolet Tracker ('98-'01) Haynes Repair Manual - Free download cardiagn.com/suzuki-samurai-sidekick-vitara-geo-tracker-chevrolet-tracker/
Actually , the clutch is operated by a cable , it's not a hydraulic clutch so there is no fluid
need to adjust head lamp on 97 s/10 blazer
the clutch went out on my 97 Chevy cavalier how do i fix it
Virtually all automobiles have a brake cylinder at each wheel (a "slave cylinder"). ========================================================== A 1997 Ford Mustang has a cable operated clutch so there is no clutch slave cylinder . To adjust the clutch - Without the engine running , put your transmission in 1st gear - put your foot under the clutch pedal and GENTLY pull the clutch pedal up until it stops - SLOWLY push the clutch pedal all the way down . If the clutch needed adjusting you will hear a click
P0400 is an EGR code. Usually caused by carbon blocking some of the the vacuum ports. It can also be caused by a blocked vaccum hose, misrouted hoses, or even a bad ECM
It's a cable operated clutch , not hydraulic , so there is no fluid
Take it to your mechanic. Pay $700-$1000. Drive away with new clutch.
You need to bleed your clutch master cylinder line.
They require a puller.