there is not adjustment for the clutch, you need to replace it if is bad.
You probobly need to replace the clutch.
need a clutch cable adjustment. it is likely that it is too tight
The '96 200sx has no fluid for the clutch. This car has a cable operated clutch that needs to be adjusted. If the cable breaks the clutch will not disengage. If the clutch is getting tight it will need lubed. If lubing the cable doesn't work a new cable is needed.
first undo all the nuts that hold the clutch housing, then remove it. next undo all the bolts holding the clutch in place, remove clutch and put new one in place, replace bolts & tighten them very tight. next screw on the clutch housing (the nuts don't need to be as tight). Easy really, piece of cake in fact
You need to rent or buy a fan clutch removal tool kit. you need to remove the fan and clutch as one before you can separate the fan from the clutch.
YOu need to blead the system .. then it should require no adjusting
look at your clutch master cylinder and check fluid, if low ,check your slave cylinder for leaks ,its bolted on your transmission with 2 bolts ,its at where the boot is ,if leaking ,then replace ,if not then u will need anew clutch.
to remove a clutch fan on a ford, you need special tools . also fan thread is left hand thread ,so you unscrew it clockwise
You need to first pull the flywheel/magneto off of the crank shaft. The starter clutch is attached to the back side of it with bolts.
i need chage the clutch of my car
actually cheaper to buy a different car. to convert from auto to manuel, you will need a new gearbox and bellhousing. a clutch. a flywheel.a clutch pedal,and master and slave cylander for clutch.most likely need to buy a different drive shaft. then you will need to put it all in the car. you may even have to change gearbox mounts to accomadate different gear box.then if starter is different you will need new starter to match new flywheel
yOU CAN'T....iT'S HYDRAULIC. If it's releasing high you need a clutch.If it's low you need a hydraulic unit
It is entirely possible that your clutch needs replacing. In a vehicle that age, your clutch is probably very worn out.
http://www.techcapri.com/Repair/Capri_Service_Manual.htmthis link will give you all of the information you will need
the clutch springs are not adjustable. proper tension is set when the springs are tightened all the way down. the bolts are 6mm w/10mm heads should torque to 90 to 110 inch lbs.
their are 4 bolts holding it on .u need a12 mm socket with ashort adapter and a pair of plyiers,its a tight fit.
it might not have any hydrolic fluid in the clutch master cylinder to engage the cluth or your clutch might me shot and just won't engage at all meaning you need a new one (was there a smell in the car right before you couldn't use clutch? that might of been the clutch burning up). don't quote me on all that I'm just telling you what you can check.
If you need to ask, I suggest taking it to a reputable shop. It is very involved & many things can go wrong. I definitely suggest changing at least the slave cylinder for the clutch while in there.
I need a diagram to connect at clucth cable from a nissan sentra 1993 4 cilinder stitf shift,
You need a new clutch
It is a hydrolic clutch does not need adjusting
you need to be storm and you get it as a quest
Linkage to the probobly hydraulic clutch parts need lubricating. broken parts may be the culprit. is it the pedal or the clutch in the engine bay makingthe noise. does it feel like its scraping on things/
The Fuse size is listed on the under side of the Fuse Cover.