Adjusting Clutch Travel Limits


The diaphragm spring clutch requires an exactly limited clutch pedal travel. Whenever work has been performed on the clutch, check and correctly adjust the clutch pedal travel.


  1. Bring transmission to operating temperature.
  2. Depress clutch pedal to stop. At this point the reverse gear should silently engage, allowing a quick moment of pause between pedal depression and gearshift movement.


  1. Remove rubber mat.
  2. Loosen both limiter retaining bolts with a 3 mm Allen-head wrench.
  3. Slide the limiter up or down, as required.
  4. Tighten limiter retaining bolts.
  5. Check clutch pedal travel as outlined above.
Last modified: Mon, 17 Jan 2005


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