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Old 01-13-2014, 06:49 PM   #1
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I read somewhere that to adjust the clutch on this car you adjust something under the dash above the gas pedal. I looked and didnt see anything like what the post was describing. It is an aftermarket clutch so that could be the issue, but does anyone know how I could possibly adjust the clutch on my car?
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Old 01-14-2014, 11:34 AM   #2
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if you tell us what kind of Quadrent you have we can help. If you dont know take a piture of it and your clutch firewall adjuster and we can give you and idea. or look on americanmuscle.com click on the adjuster that looks like the one in your car and there will be a video on how to do it.
If it is stock just pull up on the clutch pedel you will here a click
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I adjusted the clutch at the firewall under the hood and it feels pretty good now, so I think the issue may be resolved. We will see if it still feels good in a few weeks. Thanks for the info
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