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Hi I've noticed a small hole in my carpet made by my clutch pedal touching the floor can it be adjusted to stop it going all the way down. Thank you in advance. I have looked but could not see anything.
 

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@Tandy2000 Definitely it shouldn't touch till carpet. I'm not sure what could be wrong with it but pedal has plastic shaft with is pressing to master cylinder it's ended by plastic ball as well. It might be worn due to ammount of use.
I looked for photos of used and new pedals and cylinders and it's hard to say there is any screw for heigh adjustment.
If you have access to Forscan you can check the PID for clutch, how much is pressed in % scale.

Maybe previous owner added some sound deadening mats under the carpet and rise it up?
 

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Hi no extra mat added ill try and take some photos over the weekend. 👍
 

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@Tandy2000 Definitely it shouldn't touch till carpet. I'm not sure what could be wrong with it but pedal has plastic shaft with is pressing to master cylinder it's ended by plastic ball as well. It might be worn due to ammount of use.
I looked for photos of used and new pedals and cylinders and it's hard to say there is any screw for heigh adjustment.
If you have access to Forscan you can check the PID for clutch, how much is pressed in % scale.

Maybe previous owner added some sound deadening mats under the carpet and rise it up?
I have looked on forscan but I can not see anything for clutch or pid?
 

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@MaoVi - Can you explain the procedure for Tandy2000. Remember he has a mk1 so not sure if that is different.
 
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Currently haven't got time to check where this PID is. Try to find it tomorrow.
 
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Sorry @Tandy2000 I haven't got access to my work mate MK1
 

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Clutch is at 0% and go's down to 75%
Did you find this PID? :)
You attached photos about DPF

Anyway now you know there is something wrong mechanically with your clutch pedal.
It could be master cylinder. It has plastic ball on the end. After time it might be not existed anymore and shaft is not long enough without it.

 

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Did you find this PID? :)
You attached photos about DPF

Anyway now you know there is something wrong mechanically with your clutch pedal.
It could be master cylinder. It has plastic ball on the end. After time it might be not existed anymore and shaft is not long enough without it.

Cpp on the photos is clutch pedal position. It only go's to 75 %. Might replace master cylinder.
 

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Cpp on the photos is clutch pedal position. It only go's to 75 %. Might replace master cylinder.
It's feed from brake fluid reservoir and you need to bleed clutch after replacement. You need special pressure brake / clutch bleeding tank like this:

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