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Old 07-17-2013, 09:39 PM   #13
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1998 SC2
Default Re: Replaced clutch - Now clutch pedal too light and engagement not correct

Just a hint, use the LUK 04-115 clutch and buy a new flywheel. The 96 is probably not cut for the larger friction disk and also need surfacing so the new wheel will be cheaper. You can find the LUK 04-115 + flywheel on ebay at good prices that are lower than the local parts store. Just be absolutely sure you get the LUK clutch and not the Valeo look alike. Fill your clutch master cylinder, tie the pedal all the way up and when you pull the slave keep it below the MC while the slave piston extends.

Most likely that pedal engage point will drop slightly with use. As long as the clutch is not slipping on you all is well.

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