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Old 03-11-2014, 01:23 AM   #1
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Clutch pedal vibration

Hi there, I'm new to this site and just had a question...I recently replaced the clutch on my 03 mustang gt and when I got done I took it for a test drive and noticed that when I would put my foot on the clutch pedal I could feel it vibrating. I can feel it in every gear as I'm driving but as soon as I depress the clutch it goes away.I'm curious as to if this is because there is too much slack in the cable or if maybe one of the fingers is bent on the pressure plate or something else! I would love to hear any input you guys have! Thanks
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Stock or aftermarket quadrant

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I've still got the stock one.
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Try readjusting your quadrant, that may solve your problem. Where does the clutch catch at right now?

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^^agreed try adjusting the stock quadrant and see if that helps. I've read lots of pays on various sites about clutch issues with a stock quadrant that were fixed by simply adjusting it, Google it for instructions if you don't know how but it's pretty easy just pull up as hard as you can till you hear a pop, then press the pedal back down

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Ok thanks I'll try doing that! It catches near the top of the pedal.
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