There is no adjustment possible for the clutch pedal on the Pontiac Fiero. The earlier design pedals were problematic in that they could bend, preventing full disengagement of the clutch. You may also have a problem in the hydraulic system for the clutch. Check the fluid level in the clutch master cylinder reservoir. This is the small, cylindrical reservoir on the driver's side of the front compartment. It is possible that you have a fluid leak in the clutch system. This can cause the same problems as an improperly adjusted clutch pedal on vehicles with an adjustable pedal. You may also have a defective master or slave cylinder. I suggest picking up a service manual at your local auto parts store, they go through everything the average car owner needs to know about their specific vehicle including extensive information on inspecting, repairing, and replacing clutch components. You don't necessarily need to replace your clutch pedal if it is bent. Rodney Dickman (www.rodneydickman.com) sells an adjustable banjo that will fix your problem. It also allows fine adjustment for perfect disengagement. If you want the pedal replacement go to www.fierostore.com. In any case, make sure your hydraulic system is working properly before messing around with the pedal. Good luck! If you have further questions, I suggest looking through the archives at Pennock's Fiero Forum (www.fiero.nl) by using the search feature. You can also post in the Technical Discussions & Questions section. The people there are very helpful and you should get a response within a day if not hours or minutes.
1. Air in the hydrulic clutch line 2. Bent aluminum clutch pedal
There is no neutral safety switch on a 85 fiero with a manual transmission. There is a clutch pedal switch under the dash. The car will start in any gear, as long as the clutch pedal is depressed.
A 1999 Hyundai Accent does not have a clutch adjustment. The clutch pedal however, can be adjusted to a different height.
no adjustment of this clutch only a pedal freeplay adjustment
The clutch pedal can be adjusted for height. There is no adjustment for the actual clutch on a 2000 Accent.
just disconect the master cylinder from the pedal it should just be on with a cotter pin and then there is a long bolt going through the brake and clutch pedal take the nut off the and and bring the bolt out just far enough to get the clutch pedal out. the clutch pedal might be hard to get out just play with it youll get it eventually. then to install the new one just put the bushings on the new one and do everything again but in reverse. hope this helps
the clutch on a 2000 ford f250 is a hydraulic clutch there is no adjustment however check the bushing on the rod and pin on the clutch pedal this bushing wears out and you loose pedal if the pin is wrn ,you will have to replace the clutch pedal
where and how to adjust clutch pedal 1993 s10 It is hydraulic operated, there is no adjustment.
If the clutch pedal feels loose or if it's particularly hard to shift, then probably.
It may be as simple as an auto adjustment. If you have installed a new clutch/ clutch cable. If it is auto adj all you have to do is lift UP on the clutch pedal with your foot while driving.
The adjustment is made on the clutch cable, near where it connects to the tranny.
It is hydraulic. There is no adjustment, it self adjusts.
There is no adjustment on this clutch. The clutch is hydrolic, you may need to bleed it.
Gonna need to know year, make and model for that one.
its a non adjustable cable clutch but u can make a small adjustment at the pedal
No.... There is not an adjustment what so ever. You either have a bad clutch slave cylinder / clutch master cylinder. Are the clutch and pressure plate are worn out.
The clutch is hyraulic meaning there is no adjustment....If the pedal releases low replace the hydraulic unit If it's high you need a clutch You can't tighten the clutch you have to change it.
All the information I can find says the same thing. There is no adjustment for clutch cable or linkage due to the system is hydraulically driven. If you are experiencing clutch pedal squeaks, or uneven feel when you push the pedal in, try spraying the pedal bushing with a penetrating oil and work the pedal up and down.
Your adjustment isn't on the pedal, it's an adjusting nut on the end of the cable on the transmission. If the adjustment on the "engine" (do you actually mean the cable on the transmission?) is out all the way, then it is time for a new clutch. Just read the listings on here for clutch removal. It should only take about 30 minutes unless you are a complete idiot, then it will be about 12 hours.
On the 1996 Ranger the manual shows to lift the clutch pedal every 5,000 miles to adjust the hydraulic clutch , I don't know if yours is the same
If you have a reservoir for the clutch fluid , then it's HYDRAULIC. Some vehicles have hydraulic clutch master and slave cylinders, which require no periodic adjustment after initial installation. Other cable-operated systems have a self-adjusting mechanism built into the clutch pedal mechanism to eliminate the need for periodic adjustment. But the majority of cable-operated clutch systems do require periodic adjustment. It is easy to do and can be followed step by step with pictures in a CHILTON or Haynes manual. Hope this helps.
Inspect the condition of clutch pedal rubber stop, if damaged or missing install a new one. Where necessary, disconnect interlock clutch rod at transmission end. Adjust clutch linkage by turning self-locking adjustment nut to provide 5/32" free movement at outer end of clutch fork. This adjustment will provide the required one inch free play at the pedal. Reassemble interlock rod if used.
if you have already tried to spray lube where the clutch pedal pivots, it is possible that when someone removed the engine the slave cylinder line was pinched or kinked. It is also possible that someone has jacked up the drivers side rocker panel and pinched the line there. try following the line from the slave all the way up to the front. If nothing is visible then it may be the shaft the clutch moves on which requires the removal of the transmission to inspect.
The adjustment is on top of the clutch pedal , you have to put the seat back and the steering wheel up and just get under there and look for the nut and try a few turns each way till it starts to get better. Justin
If you notice slipping when starting off or changing gears after the clutch is completely released, if the pedal rises almost to the top before the clutch engages, if you have difficulty changing gears, or if when you press the clutch the clutch does not disengage completely.