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    no never adjusted it before, one of my mechanic said clutch cables are horrible, recommended to order a new one for back up



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    so i finally did it, you have to take the battery,and the air tube from the throttle body.from inside the fire wall it just hooks onto the clutch from way up top, it was kinda hard to reach from inside . The rest was easy. The end was held by a cotter pin

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    Damn! got mine broken! Lucky me that i was almost nearnour house when it happened.

    But i think its too early that it broke for 2yrs 8mnths with 37kms isnt it bad? any comments?

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    Interesting. It does seem like something that should really almost never go bad.
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    That seems very premature. Unless you push the pedal through the floor when shifting? Or maybe it was too tight from factory? They don't last forever but I'd expect more than a few years worth of driving, even under heavy use.

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    Man...you guys are making me think I need a backup cable handy...lol. I assume this is a dealer-only part?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitsumi View Post
    Damn! got mine broken! Lucky me that i was almost nearnour house when it happened.

    But i think its too early that it broke for 2yrs 8mnths with 37kms isnt it bad? any comments?

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    Damn thats about where mine broke too!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fummins View Post
    That seems very premature. Unless you push the pedal through the floor when shifting? Or maybe it was too tight from factory? They don't last forever but I'd expect more than a few years worth of driving, even under heavy use.
    Is it bad to push the pedal upto the floor when shifting? because that's what I do as I think that the clutch will not engage if not pushed upto the floor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somemexican View Post
    Damn thats about where mine broke too!!!
    I noticed that it didn't break the cable it look like that the cable was pulled out from the head. I think its now welded well.


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