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Old 02-17-2017, 09:16 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Can you upload a photo of what you're seeing?? I can't find a photo in the forum, other than the diagram that's in the FSM - note that this has the two locknuts further down the cable, rather than the round rubber stopper that you have:
http://www.suzuki-forums.com/suzuki-...h-bracket.html

And here, this uses the locknut set up, but you can see the end of the cable/threaded rod, etc. Here:
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okay I will try to get photo posted THANKS
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I guess I need an image hosting site.
But I can tell you a little more.

I measured the exposed wire cable Before depressing- It was over 2 inches

When clutch it depressed it looks around 1.5 inches.

Its hard for me to tell.. I'm Old and not to nimble

I have a pic ,,maybe I will see about image hosting. Guess I will risk a drive to shop soon
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You don't need image hosting. When you are on the reply page, scroll down halfway and you will see 'manage attachments'. Click on that, and another window opens, allowing you to search through your computer for the photo that you want to upload, and then upload it into your reply. It will come in as a thumbnail at the bottom of your post, and when people click on that thumbnail, it will open as a larger photo.
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okay Hard to crawl under this is the best I got

the cable before depressing is around 2 1/2 inches and its over 1 inch depressed.

Sorry I was unable to focus on attachment rubber stopper
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Hmmm....I suppose I should crawl under mine, and see what my cable looks like - I don't really remember. But what concerns me more is the 'stiffness' that you advise. The cable exerts a tremendous amount of pressure - enough to crack your firewall, if its the wrong cable or not routed correctly. And aftermarket cables are confusing - they come in different lengths, can be measured differently, etc. Your clutch pedal, if all is correct, should not be stiff, but smooth and easy to depress. Normally a stiff pedal indicates a worn, incorrect or poorly routed cable. As your original cable is already binned, it's impossible to compare the lengths of them. Hopefully someone else will chime in about the visual at the end of their cable, before I have to crawl under mine....
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Okay. Thanks

The mech..said maybe something wrong in the clutch.. causing cables to fray/
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