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The biting point on my Mazda 2's clutch is very, very short and the car is uncomfortable to drive. Car is still under warranty, but the mechanic advised that it could not be adjusted and all Mazda 2 are like that. Do you guys know anything about it?

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Some makes can be adjusted through means of an adjusting nut on the master cylinder pushrod. Not familiar with Mazda though. Best bet is to grab a factory manual and look for a procedure. Or if you're not afraid to maybe make the car undriveable, you could stick your head under the dash and start looking at the pushrod. :-)

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