Originally Posted by phillip433
What is your clutch setup. Do you have a firewall adjuster or an aluminum quadrant etc.
The smell you are smelling is most likely the clutch.
I know your pain. One thing after another
2003 True Blue mustang gt
Stock clutch set up. I crawled under the thing and took the clutch fork dust cover off. It appears as though there is not a damn bit of slack in the clutch cable. So Im probably getting a nice combination of clutch never being 100% engaged, and the TOB always being worked like a dog.
It had this noise like a little chirping or squeeking that started about 2 weeks ago that would go away when I even so much as touch the clutch pedal. Then it got worse, but I still didn't think it was a huge deal. Im thinking it has to be attributed to that.
I tried to pull my clutch pedal all the way back hoping it had an auto-adjust deal like some cars do, but when I let go of it she just went back to the exact same spot.
They say if its got an engine or a set of tits, its gonna give you trouble. This thing must have both