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Old 02-10-14, 01:54 PM   #1
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Hi all am new here can anyone throw some light on how to adjust free play as it would appear that dealer has failed to adjust while in for previous services and I am now doing all my own.Many thanks,Bob.
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The clutch adjuster is on the gearbox end of the cable just a nut & thread on the cable. Not sure what free play should be at the adjuster but you need to ensure there is some free play so as not to have release bearing in constant contact with pressure plate
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many thanks will try adjustment this weekend.
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I didn't know the clutch cable had to be adjusted?

I tried adjusting mine when it started to slip and I can tell you it's a pig to get to if you have shovel hands like me. From what I recall it's a plastic screw (like the top of a coke bottle), on the right hand side of the engine deep down in the guts.
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