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need pic - clutch linkage 930 transaxle

Im in the final stages of putting my 1984 ROW 930 'roller' back together. I have a long type 930 transaxle. Can someone send me some pics of the clutch cable, where it attaches to the transaxle, and pics of the clutch arm, so I can see any springs\helper springs, etc. My clutch cable has a slight bend in it, from the parts diagrams I think its supposed to but Im not sure.

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Is this what you want?Don't forget that after you install it, you'll need to pop the arm to load the spring.

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can you give a better shot how the helper spring mounts
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Here are some "before" pics. Maybe they'll help.





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While we're on the subject, does the clutch cable tube go over or under the the throttle linkage that sticks out of the side of the tranny? I have a new cable that I need to install and I noticed that the old cable tube (Bowden tube?) runs under the throttle linkage connection point and appears to be getting cut.
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Mine had it above the throttle linkage.

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Mine had it above the throttle linkage.

THANKS FOR THAT!!! Okay I was mistaken, that's how mine looks. But that sharp edge of the throttle linkage seems to be cutting that black protective casing on the cable tube.
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You can loosen the clutch cable at the transmission mount and twist the clutch cable to help clear the throttle linkage. There won't be much clearance, but it will help.
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I'm having trouble hooking up my clutch pedal cable. I'm finishing a rebuild and had the transmisson off and I have a new clutch cable.

Should the transmisson lever and helper spring be "popped" aft and should the pedal be up or down? I can't seem to make it work. Thanks.
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"Should the transmisson lever and helper spring be "popped" aft and should the pedal be up or down?"

The D Spring will load it aft, so not much choice there.
When I replaced my cable, I started at the tranny and worked towards the pedal.

Make sure you give it plenty of slack (ie. allot of thread showing at the pedal end via the clevis)!

I made the mistake of not having enough slack and the end result was when you pushed the clutch pedal the throttle would stick!

The problem was where the cable dives over the throttle rocker at the tranny it would stiffen when the clutch was pressed and bear down on the rocker holding the throttle at whatever position it was at! It was really one of those "Oh dear god" moments when I test drove it after the cable change.

Also make sure you do not intertwine the clutch cable with the throttle rod inside the tunnel!
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When hooking up the cable to the arm, make sure you pull the clutch pedal up and keep it in place with something before hand, Once it's hooked on the arm, you can remove the pedal block.
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Does it matter to go under or over the throttle linkage with the clutch cable ? I bought a new cable and I can not seem to get it loose enough (appears to be too short when going over the top). The "old" cable on my car went over the top but not sure whether the new one can.


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