Having problems with your 1988 Chevrolet C1500 ?

I have over 2" of clutch pedal free travel in my 88 chevy 3/4 ton. I have tried bleeding the slave cylinder several differant ways but this doesnt change the free travel distance. what am i overlooking?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 17-12-2018

Answers :

You could have a weak slave cylinder, or the fingers on the pressure plate may be worn out. If this is the original clutch I would probably say that is about worn out and the clutch fork is at the end of it's travel and can not be adjust out any further.
On some slave cylinder end you can find that the end of the slave rod had a adjustment ball that can be screwed out to help decrease free play. You might look and see if your slave has an adjustable rod, if not you are going to likely going to have to replace either the slave or the clutch.

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