Adjusting the clutch pedal is very easy.
Simply loosen the lock nut from the bracket connecting the push rod to the back of the clutch pedal.
With the lock nut loose, the rod can be turned to move the clutch pedal higher or lower.
This will in turn increase or decrease the rod travel (and hydraulic movement) and dictate "where" in the pedal the clutch engages.
For the most part, the rod can simply be turned by hand. Wiggling the clutch pedal while turning the rod can make it easier, but there is a flattened location on the rod to use an 8mm wrench if turning it by hand is not possible.
To move the rod higher and increase travel (move engagement up), turn the rod clockwise. To reduce the travel (move engagement down), turn the rod counter-clockwise.
Now you have it set up close to where you want it then do a few test drives and adjust if needed then tighten up the lock nut ..
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