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Clutch pedal is high. How do I line it up with the others?

Old 25-Aug-2003, 02:12 AM
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Red face Clutch pedal is high. How do I line it up with the others?

Hi.

It has being over a year now that I'm driving it like this, and I'm completely use to it. But you know the myth: If its not broken, fix it anyway!

So the problem is, as mentioned in the subject line, that my clutch pedal is a bit higher than the other 2
I think its becuse the pedal plate was broken, and the previous owner had it welded back on. However, its higher than the brake pedal and doesn't line up. The pedal arm IS lined up the brake's.

This also causes a bit more efford to work the clutch with each shift, and sometimes makes the shifts ( clutch engagement ) HEAVY.

So is there a way to adjust the pedal, so it goes a little bit lower and so line up with the others?

Cars is a 93 Coupe, with stock 5 speed hydro transmission.

Thanks in advance for the comments.
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Old 25-Aug-2003, 10:24 AM
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There is absolutely NO adjustment to the clutch pedal position. Check out other 5th gens to see if theirs is any better... if it is, you need to buy a new pedal cluster. I'd recommend a new master cyl for the clutch too cuz if it's misaligned, the seals have prolly worn quite a bit as well.
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