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Possible to Adjust the Hydraulic Clutch on a 94 Civic Ex

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Old 01-06-2006, 01:43 PM   #1
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Default Possible to Adjust the Hydraulic Clutch on a 94 Civic Ex

Hey guys,
Quick question, My clutch is engaging really high, like about 3 inches into the travel of the pedal, is there a way to adjust that or does that just mean the clutch is dead, it grabs fine and never slips. Any input would be greatly appreciate I couldnt find much when I searched.
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Yes sir I will find a pic one sec...
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Ok first off excuse the lameness of this pic:



Now, you see that threaded bolt. You can adjust that and if you thread it in towards the firewall it'll push the pedal further towards the floor. That should help. try that and report back.
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Ok just to check I cirlced it, is that the right one?

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YEP!
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ok well I did that and the pedal went more towards the floor but it didnt really improve the clutch enngagement, Litterbox do you have a clearer picture, maybe I adjusted the wrong one?
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i also just read another thing about some rod going into a bushing or something under the dash, I am really confused even more by that
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the only thing ajustable on a hydraulic clutch is pedal freeplay, engagement point is not. check a service manual
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