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vibration in clutch pedal?

So I just installed my new clutch (UPR KING COBRA) about 4 days ago, got 200 some odd miles on it. For some reason since I installed it, I have this weird vibration issue in my clutch pedal when its released. It has a brand new ffrp Tob so idk why it would be vibrating, I made sure to do everything right with this clutch install. Could my cable be too loose? I have the mm quadrant and adjuster.


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I had the same problem the clutch pedal had a horriable shake and I replaced the clutch flywheel and tob. It was the tob but replaced the clutch while the trans was out


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Most likely the cable

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I was gonna say cable also.

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Tob. The pedal vibrates when the bearing starts going bad.


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Tob. The pedal vibrates when the bearing starts going bad.


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Take the slack out of the cable. The cable should be tight enough that the TOB is barely touching the pressure plate fingers.


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well its a crappy cable I got from pepboys when mine snapped, but its been through alot, you guys think I should just order a nice new MM cable again?


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well its a crappy cable I got from pepboys when mine snapped, but its been through alot, you guys think I should just order a nice new MM cable again?
Hell no!!!!! OEM cable only, every thing else is junk!!!!!


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Hell no!!!!! OEM cable only, every thing else is junk!!!!!
I totally see what you mean, with the car running I felt the vibration be completely in sync with the cable when I felt it, It must be routed wrong or something, but it almost seems to short because its a cheap replacement. How does the cable route exactly? under the engine mount and over the k member right?


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