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About a month ago I broke my factory quadront, got a new UPR and firewall adjuster and it works great. A couple of mornings ago when I started the car for work I heard a popping sound by the quadront. Go on my way to work and every time I pushed the clutch to the floor it would pop a couple of times. Now I started to notice the pedal had alot of slack in it and then the cable broke at the firewall. I put a new cable on later that day in the lowes parkinglot and noticed how freakin hard it was to press the pedal. It also makes a click sound when I push it to the floor so I haved parked it until I figure this out. Clutch has felt fine, slipped alittle sometimes but worked great, had maybe 35k on it. Something is cleary not right and I want to point my finger to the pressure plate. The clutch cable is not tight either maybe a hair loose at best. Any thoughts?
 

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Nobody?! AHHH.. Drove it about a hour ago and its now a single click from the quadront. You can feel it in your foot. I will try to take a video with my Iphone. I just got a smart phone 2 weeks ago and am learining. Flippin weird.. Im usually good at this
 

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what cable did you buy.? OEM or adjustable?
is the quadrant centered with the cable, if its off centre it can cause the cable to rub on the firewall.
 

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its a bbk cable I got from a friend but regardless I still have plenty of slack in the cable either way I adjust the cable it still clicks at the pedal. I started thinking about it with my father in law. About a year ago the TOB was skeeking and I thought... "damn" well after 5 months it went away and I forgot about it. I now think the TOB messed up the fingers on the pressure place and that clicking I hear is the TOB going threw the hole on the pressure plate. Its all I can think of. This friday a friend I used to work with at ford is doing the clutch for $100 and some snap on tools.
 
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