How do you change the clutch cable on a 1995 Neon?
First, the clutch cable is self adjusting, don't pull on the clutch cable housing to remove it from the dash panel, the self adjuster may be damaged.
Remove the power distribution center and the transaxle cover. Pull back on the clutch cable housing and disconnect the cable. Pull the cable from the slot in the transaxle and disconnect the cable from the release lever.
Push in the clutch cable and remove the cable from the pedal. Pull the cable from the dash using a slight twisting motion.
Installation is the reverse proceedure. You may want to get a manual for all the 8x10 glossy photos and stuff.
Answer: The clutch cable is self adjusting. So the only way and only time it should need adjusting is if it needs to be replaced for some reason: 1. Because your clutch itself may be worn out and it can longer compensate for the wear. Then you replace the Clutch if it no longer engages the transmission drive line to the engine or is slipping excessively beyond what it can compensate for. 2. The self…
It would be easier to buy a different car. You would need to change the trans, install a wiring harness for a manual, a computer for a manual, cut an extra hole in the firewall for the clutch master cylinder, mount the clutch pedal ( would have to make new brackets ), change the center console to a manual shifter, route the manuals shift cables.......
How do you tell if the transmission needs to be replaced or if it's the clutch in a 1995 Plymouth Neon?
well if you put the car in any gear and let out the clutch if you rev the engine and it dosent move or moves a little then it's the clutch but if it's a grinding noise and it doesnt move at all i'd say its the transmission my car was grinding and not moving and it was cause the spider gears were all busted and i had to rebuild my transmission