idk. meh. so confusing. It could be glazed....
So, I'm a computer person. I was driving along and zip! crank!
I adjusted it using the factory method of pulling on the pedal. fale.
I put myself under there and looked at it. Just press the small one out to disengage the teeth and put it back where it's supposed to go. fale.
Zip ! Too much tension between the spring and the quadrant.
I mean, I looked under there at the clutch, put a nick in it where the fork position was... lol and adjusted it higher on the quadrant. (mor slack)
I went back under there... (phear) and the fork moved an entire 1/2 an inch. wtf! So tell me, what is the advantage to engage the clutch mechanism at all?
Ride on a spring +++ (a spring between the clutch bell and the fork) lol
I removed the tension spring on my clutch quadrant so it would go all the way back to release the clutch fork engagement point...
The trick will be to find a unique spring to use. One that looks like your cat would probably be good. lol
kk. It's hosed. It starts slipping going up a hill in 3rd gear with this rig:
Other than that it shifts very nicely. ++ I guess it's just hosed. No more 100mph++ Or long road trips unil it's fixed. If it is glazed, I hear that it should fix it's self; but whatever... In my other car, I was driving down the interstate at 65mph, (slip) then 55 mph, (slip) and finally 50mph before I got to where I was going so, seems to me it should just lock up, but it doesn't. Maybe it will fix it's self with the new arrangement.