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Old 23-04-2010, 05:25 PM   #1
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90 Nissan Skyline R32 Tranny/Clutch Problems

Last night i couldnt get the car into 2nd.. IT would grind trying to go in... I turned the car off and put it into 2nd started it and it worked fine... On the drive home as long as i was at low revs it would go into 2nd most of the time.... It has an after market clutch so i dont have much clutch pedal at all.. I find in the morning it hard to get into 1st and 2nd and when it is in 1st and the clutch is in it still moves forward.. Im wondering to me it sound like a clutch probelm is there any way to adjust the clutch pedal or do something because other than that the clutch seem ok...

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Old 23-04-2010, 06:15 PM   #2
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I see there is a bolt on the clutch pedal bracked that looks like an adjuster.... could this help if i adjusted my pedal out so i had more pedal?
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It has an after market clutch so i dont have much clutch pedal at all..
Do you mean the distance your pedal moves from rest to the floor?
An aftermarket clutch shouldnt affect that at all..... My Exedy clutch certainly didnt affect the throw on my pedal.

I suggest checking the clutch fluid, having a small throw and trouble getting into gears are perfect symptoms.
If its full you may need to bleed it, there could be a bubble in there
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