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Author Topic: 102A3 clutch issues  (Read 2730 times)
1987 MCI 102A3
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« Reply #15 on: October 08, 2008, 10:04:03 PM »

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Sammy , thanks very much for the info. it was great. I've come to the conclusion that the pressure plate is old and stiff. I went through all the  adjustments that Sammy sent me. I get the required 1 3/4 in cable travel at the pedal and when the cable is disconnected at the trans. I get the same travel, but when I hook it all up and depress the clutch pedal I  only get 1 1/4 in. travel. This is not enough travel to apply  the clutch brake.

The pressure plate that is in the coach has a bolt that you depress and turn clockwise to get more freeplay, counterclockwise to decrease the freeplay. Mine seems to be stuck as When I tryed to adjust it I stripped the teeth off the adjuster, thats the kind of day I've been having LOL. There were enough teeth left to put it back together and lock it in place.

now as of Feb 2012 series 50 B400  . Sunshine Coast British Columbia
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