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Old 05-29-2012, 12:35 AM   #1
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Clutch???

My clutch make a cricket noise when i let go of the clutch peddel but wen i jenty puf my foot on the clutch peddel the noise stopes completly what would it might be???
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My clutch make a cricket noise when i let go of the clutch peddel but wen i jenty puf my foot on the clutch peddel the noise stopes completly what would it might be???
It's your throw out bearing. You probably need to adjust your clutch.
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Im going to have to check that out becouse its been doing it for a whike and dat littel noise gets annoying.
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Im going to have to check that out becouse its been doing it for a whike and dat littel noise gets annoying.
Yes it does. Just adjusted mine a couple months ago.
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How could i do it myself???
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How could i do it myself???
Does your car still have the stock quadrant? If so put it in gear with the car off and pull up on the clutch with the top of your foot.

If its aftermarket without a firewall adjuster you are going to have to get under the car and loosen the cable on the fork some.
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Yea it is stock but what do u mdan pull it up wit my foot
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Re: Clutch???

just like i mean, the stock quadrant is adjustable.
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But like how do i adjust it...sorry to give u a hard time im just confused
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It no problem at all. With it in gear, car off, put your foot under your clutch pedal and pull it towards you. It should click if it adjusts.
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Oh kk i get u noe...i do it jeantly right or do i hav e to pull pretty hard
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Shouldn't have to pull too hard.
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Oh alright....ill keep u updated if it worked or not
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I try pulling it like how u said nd nothing happend it still does the same sound
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Re: Clutch???

Most likely your cable has stretched out past the point of adjustment.

If the quadrant has never been replaced with an aftermarket aluminum version I would replace it and the clutch cable and add a firewall adjuster too.
I prefer the OEM cable supplied by Maximum Motorsports as it is built the same as the factory cables and will outlast other aftermarket cables.
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You may have an aftermarket quadrant. You will have to climb under the car to adjust it if you don't have a firewall adjuster for the clutch cable.
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Thanks for the tips im going to have to have to by the aftermarket one then nd u said the OEM is better to buy
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Thanks for the tips im going to have to have to by the aftermarket one then nd u said the OEM is better to buy
Yes, read about it on the link I posted above.
Just click on Maximum Motorsports in that post.
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