For access,if fitted remove electrical relay box,(3 bolts)and lay aside,remove hydraulic oilreservoir(1 bolt)and lay aside upright. Measure thread length of inner cable thru the adjuster on clutch arm and note it. Remove retaining clip and cable from clutch arm. In car,remove return spring and cable hook from pedal. Remove cable assembly from bulkhead pulling thru engine compartment. Push new cable thru bulkhead and reconnect cable and return spring to pedal. Fit cable inner to clutch arm and reset thread to noted length. Back in car,measure distance from top of clutch pedal pad to rim of steering wheel,then depress clutch fully and remeasure.Difference should be 134 to 141mm on rhd car.Adjust at clutch arm to correct it. LHD is 129 to 130mm. When dimension is correct,refit retaining clip on clutch arm. Note Clutch pedal correctly set will be higher than brake and have no free play. Refit relay box and hydraulic res.
clutch cable replace
clutch cable mate.
My old T-reg (1999) Corsa 1.2 Club had a cable clutch. So I expect a 1996 model would be cable. As you look under the bonnet, the clutch mechanism is at your right hand, near the top of the engine.
how difficult is it to change a clutch on a freelander 51 reg td4 can any one give me any tips
To change clutch oil, first gather the necessary objects to remove or change it, then ensure your safety and turn everything off. Then remove it carefully, swap the new one in, and carefully check to see if everything works.
hi, My local garage charged £180 for the clutch plates replacement. That was on a P reg Mk5 1.25 8Valve engine. Should be similar.
Could be several things trow out bearing transmission input shaft clutch cable Best to let a mechanic check it out if you are not mechanicaly inclined
clutch adjustment renault laguna 02 reg
my car had new clutch about six month ago its a renualt espace exspression 2.0 16v y reg petrol manual my clutch petal is now about 2inches from the floor were is this hidrolic or low gear box oil or new cable can any one help
where is the speadometeter cable on an x reg corsa
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put i cok in it
The adjuster is located in the engine compartment on top of the gearbox assembly. It is easier to see with the airbox removed but can also be accessed with it in place. You will see the clutch release arm and the cable attached to it. Slacken off the 10mm locknut at the end of the cable and by pulling on the end of the cable the plasitic portion of the adjuster will move away from the release arm. The plastic piece is also threaded onto the cable and by screwing in or out will adjust the freeplay between the release bearing and the cover plate. It should be adjusted so that both the clutch pedal and the brake pedal are about the same height when viewed in the car.
Check and record the thread length of the old cable found sticking out of the adjuster block on the clutch arm. Remove the securing clip and remove cable from the arm.Inside the car,unhook the cable end from the pedal. Pull the cable out of the bulkhead from the engine side,push the new one in the same way and hook on to pedal.Make sure the cable follows the same routing as the old one,no tight bends no chafing.Connect up to clutch arm and set threads to saved measurement,this will be somewhere near right. Inside car,measure distance from steering wheel rim to pedal and note it.Then depress clutch fully and re-measure the steering wheel to pedal distance. The difference between the two measurements should be 126mm to 132mm.If not correct,adjust the cable adjuster on clutch arm a turn at a time and recheck. You may go the wrong way first time,it's a bit trial and error.NOTE When correctly set up,the brake pedal and clutch pedal will be not be parallel,the clutch pedal will sit a bit higher.Lastly,refit the securing clip to the cable on the clutch arm.
mine is a p reg and is electric hope that helps
I have just had mine done on an R Reg 1300 Fiesta, at Formula One and was charged £260. I must admit that I did'nt shop around as I needed the car Hope this is of some help
its electric from 1995
the complete cluth needs replacing,the pressure plate springs have gone weak and before long it will also start to slip
Power steering never has a drain plug.
fuel pressure reg throttle position or ASD relay
defective fuel pump try looking under the car at rear underneath fuel tank a cylindrical can situated in the fuel pipe line
Mines a1.7 diesel but I think the clutch arrangement is the same. visually the clutch pedal is higher should be higher than the brake pedal. To check You measure the at rest distance the top of the clutch pedal to the top of steering wheel to the pedal depressed position to the top of the steering wheel 126- 132mm you adjust by going to the engine compartment levering with a long screwdrive the lever backwards and unclipping the cable. Wind the plastic knob reseat by movinf the lever and clipping in place again repeat until setup correctly
Have you checked the throttle cable?
release clutch and try again
Above the alternator. It is round and has a vacuum line connected to it. The fuel rail has to be removed to replace it.