| | Clutch grabbing high, pedal adjustment without master cylinder adjustment
This past weekend my clutch pedal hit the floor (master cylinder blew). On Tuesday I replaced my 99 stock clutch master cylinder with a new stock one for an 02. I also did the drill mod. Everything worked great but after the install the pedal was grabbing near the top of the pedal travel. Side note... still running stock ORIGINAL 99 clutch, pressure plate, slave, etc. All with 100,500 original miles.
So I read the stock master cylinder adjustment. Sounds great but I didn't want to pull the master cylinder back out. So, I used an alternative method to adjust the pedal. I have removed the cruise control sensor and installed a bolt to adjust how far the clutch pedal can now travel. I then did a re-bleed of the master cylinder from the new point. I also remounted the cruise control sensor below the bolt.
So far it seems to be working perfectly fine. I do realize that my oem clutch probably doesn't have mutch left and installing a new clutch will probably effect pedal travel in the future.
Any comments. I've got some pics so far of the bolt and cruise control. I will also take a pic of the failure point on the master cylinder (small black rubber washer).