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Old 07-01-2003, 04:01 AM
Greg in Oz Greg in Oz is offline
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No adjustment I'm aware of. Nor is there any reference to one in the workshop manual.

I had considered the possibility of a hydraulic problem although apart from taking up high, the pedal "feels" good. I haven't tried bleeding the hydraulics because:
1. The space around the slave clinder is very tight.
2. From memory, the manual suggests the clutch hydraulics cannot be bled with conventional means and that a pressure bleeder is required (which I don't own).
3. There is no reason for me to believe there is air in the system. Also, if there was I would have thought it would cause difficult clutch dissengagement.

Just the same, I'm appreciative of any ideas and open to all suggestions. Hopefully someone has struck a similar problem before. Thanks for the replies.
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