You can't, there is no adjustment. Time to replace clutch, slave cylinder or clutch master cylinder. 1 of the 3.
no adjustment on the 5speed manual transmission with overdrive. hydraulic clutch
The clutch is hydraulic and is not adjustable.
There is none.
you cant adjust a drive belt, you problem is in the secondary clutch, I am sure you need to replace the sliding clutch and put a spacer in front of the hub.
NO. You need one from 1988 to 1999
take a can of c foam and soak them over night
clutch basket on 89 Harley
i have a 89 Chevy 2500 with a 350 TBI and the o2 sensor is on the driver side exaust header where the 4 pipes run into 1 from there follow the wire to its harness/connection- i don't believe it has the original passenger exaust header so i am unsure if it comes with an o2 sensor on each side?? happy hunting :)
if it is a '89 - piece o cake. open the hood. have someone press the clutch and you will see a cable mocing back and forth.look at the cable there is a circular device on the end. turn and the cable will tighen
No you can not. The 98 computer is not programed to shift the 89 transmission. Besides that your wiring harness on the 98 will not hook up to the 89 trans. You need to go back with the factory 4L80E trans. That belongs in the 98.
Sounds like the clutch master or brake master is leaking hydraulic fluid.
You gotta remove the bearing cover do the brakes and repack it with the recommended fluid/grease good luck to ya