I am hoping someone can help with this.
We have a 93 escort, when the clutch is actuated, there is a switch (at
the top of the travel, not the bottom safety start switch) with an
actuator that is fitting thru a hole on the Clutch Pedal Arm. When it is
coming back to depressed poistion and or when just starting to push in
the clutch, it is making a clicking sound because the Cyclinderical
actuator is not mating properly thru the hole on the ARM. This doesn't
look adjustable and the switch looks ok. I did find a small round Blue
rubber Grommet (no hole in it) on the floor, is this gromet possible
meant to be the stopper for the switch and the switch actuator is not
supposed to go thru the hole on the ARM? Also, what is this switch for?
Thanks for any suggestions..