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How do you change a clutch on a Volvo 760?

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They quit making the 760 in 1990.

Haynes Repair Manual for Volvo 760/740 has diagrams of the vacuum sub-systems.e,g. the EGR, the ignition etc

it's located beside the passenger side.

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The 1992 Volvo 940 clutch cable will have adjustment swivel nuts on each end of the cable. Turn the swivel nuts to lengthen or shorten the clutch cable.

They don't use cables. Depending on year and model, they use either a linkage, or they use a hydraulic clutch (courtesy of AB Volvo). Need to know year and model you have to determine which.

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It is the same as the brake reservoir. You should see a line heading from that to the clutch master cylinder. Cheers.

The real question is "how can a normal adult hand possibly change a brake, backup or signal light bulb?". I have found that correct arm angle is the key to success - failing that, a "handy" kid brother or sister.

its located at the bottom of the shifter assembly under the consol.

The clutch is the pedal you press to change gear.

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Behind the steering wheel, on top of the seat or try the left pedal on the floor ( where a clutch should be ) , that's where it is in the A40 Volvo

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try try What do you mean how?! If you're fixing the car yourself and don't know how, you shouldn't be fixing it yourself in the first place! Get a mechanic!

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