If I'm not mistaken, these Mustangs have a hydraulic clutch. Problem is, I only know how to adjust mechanical clutches. Can hydraulic clutches be adjusted? If so, how? (Would like a link to a tutorial video if you know of one)
are you sure its hydralic,i'm not possitive but i do know 95 mustangs were cable controlled. they were bad to stretch the cable or break the plastic wheel up under the dash. they make a steel upgrade for that problem,if it is hydralic there is no adjustment for it.the clutch disc is just worn.
It's cable operated, about the only adjustment is in the quadrant. To adjust by this method pull the clutch pedal towards you. If that doesn't get enough slack out, you can get a new clutch cable or purchase a firewall adjuster. On my '92, I did both. The old cable was stretched and frayed and the firewall adjuster let me set the pivot pont right where I wanted it.
The clutch cable was around $25 from O'Reilly's and the adjuster was around $35 from Summit Racing.