i have a 98 gt the clutch cable siezed up and i changed it but im still haveing a problem the cable hooks to the foot pedal assembly and when i step on it clicks and still goes to the floor? the clutch from underneeth compresses when i use the pry bar to hook it to the fork? maybe someone can help me before i order a new clutch is it my throwout bearing? :headscratch: is my pedal assembly the problem has this problem happend to any one else?
Assuming you have it connected to the pedal assembly up under the dash correctly, it sounds like you just need to get it adjusted properly. The clicking sound you hear when depressing the pedal is the stock adjuster trying to set itself and pull the slack out of the cable.
General rule of thumb is you need between 1/8" and 1/4" gap between the face of the throw out bearing and the fingers on the pressure plate when the pedal is all the way out at the rest position. You can check this by looking up in the clutch fork opening of the bell with a flashlight and determine the amount of gap between the bearing face and the fingers when not pushing the clutch pedal down.
If you have any slack in the cable at all, the adjuster will pull the slack out by the "clicking" you hear. :bigthumbsup
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