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Old 08-15-2008, 01:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to adjust the point at which the clutch starts to catch? I would like it to start catching almost immediately after I start to let out the clutch. My friend said in cars with a cable clutch it's really easy. I'm pretty sure it's not a cable clutch though. Anyone know?
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tighten you cable?
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So it is a cable clutch? Where would I find this cable?
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look behind your clutch arm ( i think that what its called) you should see a cable that runs behind it and you should beable to see the cable.
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Will do. Is that how the cars came stock or is that just wear on the clutch?
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iam not sure about that. could be both
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Is there a way to adjust the point at which the clutch starts to catch? I would like it to start catching almost immediately after I start to let out the clutch. My friend said in cars with a cable clutch it's really easy. I'm pretty sure it's not a cable clutch though. Anyone know?
sorry the cobalt is not cable driven, it is hydraulic the only way to change the time it grabbs is an adjustment on the clutch master cylinder and the design of the cobalt has no such adjustment. "what you get is what you got"
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Has any one done a cultch themslefs ??
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cobalt has a hydralic clutch. it adjusts itself......supposedly
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Old 09-23-2008, 09:55 AM   #10 (permalink)
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I will be in like 2 years. lol I go through clutches like a mo' fo'!
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