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luk clutch flywheel gone?

i have a luk clutch flywheel system and im wondering if its adjustable or if its gone,it dosent even have 30k on it yet,i didnt install it so i dont know anything about it,anyone have any info?my clutch has to be on the floor for me to shift and even then i have to throttle shift,reverse i have to slam in and sometimes that doesnt wotk so i have to shut my truck off.
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It's most likely the clutch master cylinder rod bushing where the pedal linkage and the rod attach. If the rod end hole is not ovaled out, you can replace the bushing. If the rod end and bushung are both bad, there is a heim joint fix available on ebay that can fix it (very popular fix). Cheers!

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^^^^ That, or weak hydraulics. In any event, most likely _upstream_ of the clutch itself.

Do you also find you have to mash the pedal to get the starter to crank?
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