1993 Nissan Hardbody CL;utch adjustment topic

Tiny
JAMMINJOE
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  • 1993 NISSAN TRUCK
I am concerned about the free play on my clutch pedal.I recently had work done (internal) to my man transmission. It WAS making a lot of noise before the work but now aftr the work iot s good running and no more noise. Shifts welll all working ok. The question is this though:I feel that there may be too much freeplay maybe not. How do I knw this?I can let you know theat when I puish the clutch pedal. Put it into gear(1st starting out) then release trhe pedal the clutch engages pretty quickly. That seems good. Is this how tht s supposed to be?I have read that the freeplay pedal height can be adjusted. How do I know when the adjustments are made correctly? It s just that the pedal even though all appears to be fine with operation. Feels a bit on the soft side. I am also going to bleed the system.I also have read that the damper should be bled first then the slave cyl second. Any input on this will be appreciated.
Thanks.
Sorry I cannot make a donation at this time maybe sometime in the future as I am pretty strapped from having the trans work performed which by the way was the rings and seals and bearing inside the transmission. No more noisy racket from the transmission. The truck has approx 235500miles
4 cyl 5 spd man 2.4 ltr KA24E D21. Hope all this helps. Thanks again I ll be looking for any response
Joe.
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Thursday, May 10th, 2007 AT 2:43 PM

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Tiny
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If it was me I would bleed the clutch M/C and Slave/Servo before I adjust the free play and pedal height its in the book.
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Thursday, May 10th, 2007 AT 4:46 PM
Tiny
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Thanks razmatz .I feel comfortable with the bleeding process.I have decided not to mess with the adjustments thus far.I m curious to see what it feels like(clutch pedal) after the bleeding process. And I ll keep inh mind what I read in regard to bleeding the damper first then the slave.
I appreciate your response.
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Joe
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Friday, May 11th, 2007 AT 1:38 AM

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