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#1 gBaeza

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Posted 03 June 2017 - 09:52 PM

Hello guys, i just want to know if someone knows somethis about this clutch pedal, the problem is that i can make it work properly.

when the pedal is not pushed looks like this

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but when you push it all the way in, it does not come back

 

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can someone help me?



#2 DanielC

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Posted 04 June 2017 - 04:48 AM

The spring on the pedal assembly goes over center when the pedal is pushed, with the assembly out of the car.   When installed, it may not travel that far.  Also in the car, the the additional force from the pressure plate will move the pedal back past the over center position, and the pedal will return to the released position.  



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Posted 04 June 2017 - 05:30 AM

Daniel's right the spring must not travel any lower that the pivot point with the clip on it. Once past it the spring is actually holding the pedal down.

 

 

What is this out of??? Never seen this before.


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Posted 04 June 2017 - 08:32 AM

The spring on the pedal assembly goes over center when the pedal is pushed, with the assembly out of the car.   When installed, it may not travel that far.  Also in the car, the the additional force from the pressure plate will move the pedal back past the over center position, and the pedal will return to the released position.  

when the assambly was install on the car , the clutch pedal behavie in the exact same way. i guess is just a matter of adjust it.

 

Daniel's right the spring must not travel any lower that the pivot point with the clip on it. Once past it the spring is actually holding the pedal down.

 

 

What is this out of??? Never seen this before.

1969 datsun 510 deluxe, mexican version



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Posted 04 June 2017 - 12:34 PM

Yeah, J series engine I think.


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#6 MikeRL411

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Posted 04 June 2017 - 05:26 PM

Hello guys, i just want to know if someone knows somethis about this clutch pedal, the problem is that i can make it work properly.

when the pedal is not pushed looks like this

18814176_10209403144340982_2303877406545

 

but when you push it all the way in, it does not come back

 

18814074_10209403144540987_2456199765552

 

can someone help me?

 

If that adjustable rod were installed into the upper hole on the lever the pedal would work!  It's like the Luger toggle bolt.  You have to push below the white plastic [nylon?] pivot point or this will never release.



#7 gBaeza

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Posted 04 June 2017 - 07:50 PM

If that adjustable rod were installed into the upper hole on the lever the pedal would work!  It's like the Luger toggle bolt.  You have to push below the white plastic [nylon?] pivot point or this will never release.

the upper hole is used by the connection road to the master cylinder, so i don't this that's going to work. Im just going to extend the adjustable road to make all the assambly go up a little bit



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Posted 04 June 2017 - 08:04 PM

The clutch slave will push it back to where the spring works because of the pressure plate/clutch cover, why re-event the wheel, leave it alone till you have an actual problem.