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Hi ,
Can anyone help?
The clutch pedal on my 190 ZT-T bites near the top, and the pedal is about 1/2 inch higher than the brake. This means its a bit of a pain to drive. The car has done 50,000 miles and the clutch doesn't slip. It all works fine its just uncomfrotabel to drive. Can I adjust it ????/

THANKS VENSAC
 

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I suppose that slave cilynder is on the way to fail. You can drive this way about 5k miles, but you could loose Master Cilyder if Slave fail one day.
 

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Most car clutch pedals sit slightly higher than the brake pedal, that's the norm.

I don't believe there is any adjustment available. The Haynes manual certainly doesn't mention it.
 

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My ZTT clutch is like this at 95K miles, I have put 12k of these on in about 3 months and so far no issues with it. Depends where the car ahas been driven I suppose, motorway miles are obviously much less hard on it that town and city driving.
 
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