A clutch cable is a cable that is connected from a foot petal inside a car to the transmission. It is necessary for a person to change gears in a standred transmission car or truck.
if the clutch is cable yes there is an adjuster down beside the transmission follow clutch cable
It doesn't have gas pedal problems because the standard transmission use a cable just for the clutch not for the gas pedal. That question just apply in automatic transmisiion. I hope this help
Where the cable hooks on to the transmission there should be a little screw what adjusts the cable.
with modifications and a mounting kit, and a way to convert cable clutch pedal to operate the hydraulic clutch transmissionhasport.com
On a 1997 Ford F-250 : The manual transmission clutch is hydraulic
they have a cable clutch, so you will have to find where the cable connects to the motor and transmission and there will be a nut on the end of the clutch cable.....tighten the nut ...but not too much you will have to tighten a little and see if that's enough however normally it is the begining of the end when you have to do that.
The Ls has a hydraulic clutch mechanism
The 1986 Honda Prelude does not have a clutch cable. The 1986 Prelude has a hydraulic clutch instead of the clutch cable.
No, the 1990 civic transmission is a cable operated clutch and the 1995 civic is a hydraulic operated clutch. So unless you rig up a hydraulic clutch system(Master cylinder, pedal, slave cylinder, lines...) it will not work. But a company called "Hasport" makes a bracket that has a cable attachment that operates the clutch engagement and disengagement.
www.hasport.com has clutch master cylinder adapters. Here is the info from their page: "The new master cylinder adapter allows the use of a Honda-style or Wilwood clutch master cylinder to convert a cable transmission vehicle to a hydraulic setup."
When you put it in gear, does it pop out? What gears? If so, you probably have a bad transmission. It the clutch is slipping, you need to adjust the clutch cable.
If it is squeaking only when you press the clutch pedal then its probaly your clutch cable, the cable should have a sleeve surrounding it allowing it to pass throughout car under dash, firewall, and underhood to transmission. Lubricate cable at service point,connecting linkage brackets, pedeal, or transmission , or clutch cylinder rod. Dry graphite put on cable for lubrication. Clutch pedal return spring, wd-4o. my best bet if not then try above answer
Well cable could be froze up. Replace the clutch cable. If cable is working adjust cable. If the clutch cable is adjusted then it's time for a new clutch
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there is no clutch cable its hydraulic
You don't because there isn't one. Your car has a hydraulic clutch--there's a master cylinder on the pedal and a clutch cylinder on the side of the transmission.
It is located on the clutch slave cylinder. The slave cylinder is mounted on top of the transmission. Have someone push on the clutch cable and you will see movement on the cylinder.
You don't. There is not a clutch cable on a 1998 integra. It has a hydraulic clutch.
It doesn't have a clutch cable. The clutch is hydraulically operated.
The 97 Tiburon doesnt have a clutch cable. It is hydrolic. Look on the right hand side of the motor directly on top of the transmission and you will see a cylinder about an inch and a half wide and 4 inches wide bolted down with 2 12mm bolts with a rod coming out of it that connects to a lever on the transmission. This is what controls your clutch!
it does'nt..dodge made the cars with a cable clutch or is the transmission low on fluid? use 5w30 motor oil ........ only use transmission fluid if its automatic