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Old 29 Nov 2005, 11:16 am
Dave O
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Default Newbie help: clutch pedal adjust on Integra GSR

Integra GSR 1995
155k miles

Did a search but got no hits.

I just started noticing rough shifts on my Integra. I've had no other
clutch issues so I'm assuming it's a matter of adjusting the clutch
pedal. I like to do whatever PM I can, but I've never done this: can
anyone offer tips and tricks?

Thanks

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Old 29 Nov 2005, 12:30 pm
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Default Re: Newbie help: clutch pedal adjust on Integra GSR

I have a '94 Integra GSR with 125k miles. A couple years ago, I had
trouble getting into first gear and compensated for a while by starting
in 2nd gear. Not only that, my clutch was giving my left leg a serious
workout.
Living in southern california with stop and go traffic, I had to go
ahead and replace the slave cyclinder when I serviced my clutch a few
years ago. After the clutch and slave cyclinder service, the clutch
was softer and the transmission felt like new again. I'm keeping my
GSR forever since it's so fun to drive.

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