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Old 01-22-2005, 08:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I found this on a another site but this should work on our 350Z.

http://forums.freshalloy.com/ubbthreads/sh...o=&fpart=1&vc=1
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Old 01-22-2005, 04:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I made the adjustment on my car today and boy does it make a diiference. I also found that we do not have to remove the fork, once the lock nut is backed off you can screw the staff in or out as need be. Just be careful as it is easy to make more of an adjustment than you want.
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How in the hell did you adjust the clutch? A 350z clutch is hydrolic and it's SELF-ADJUSTING. That's what the master mechanic at Nissan told me. You can't adjust a hydrolic clutch. I was on the same boat as you guys wondering how to adjust the clutch and they told me you can't because it's self-adjusting.
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How in the hell did you adjust the clutch? A 350z clutch is hydrolic and it's SELF-ADJUSTING. That's what the master mechanic at Nissan told me. You can't adjust a hydrolic clutch. I was on the same boat as you guys wondering how to adjust the clutch and they told me you can't because it's self-adjusting.
I don't remember if it's all models, but, I know on an '06, there's some level of adjustability. You can adjust the clutch pedal play and engagement. There's a handful of posts regarding this.
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How in the hell did you adjust the clutch? A 350z clutch is hydrolic and it's SELF-ADJUSTING. That's what the master mechanic at Nissan told me. You can't adjust a hydrolic clutch. I was on the same boat as you guys wondering how to adjust the clutch and they told me you can't because it's self-adjusting.
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I think this is a record!
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