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Hey, I have a 87 Nissan Pulsar and I just put a brand new clutch in it. The problem is that the clutch is Hydraulic and can't be adjusted. Although I don't think that is the problem anyway. What happens is when I go to put the car in reverse it makes a grinding noise. I am not a car Expert so would someone be able to tell me what the problem is and how to go about fixing it?
This would be much appreciated.
 

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if its hydraulic then it should be the ca18de engine. have you changed the gear oil?
 

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Reverse hear is not synchronised in your five speed. Try putting it in first gear before shifting to reverse and see if that helps. Otherwise if your clutch is not disengaging properly, check to make sure you've bled all of the air out it. If it still doesn't work properly, there is an adjustment on the rod for the clutch master cylinder under the dash. Usually you never have to adjust it, but if someone messed with it in the past, you might have to adjust it again. It takes a 14mm open end wrench to loosen the locknut. Turn the shaft with vice grips.
 
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