Question about 1987 Toyota Pickup
My fiance recently replaced the clutch in his pickup because one day driving down the road it started making a really loud noise while driving, he pulled over and when he put it in gear it would make this really loud noise and not want to go anywhere. now it has new clutch and when he starts the truck it makes the same loud noise all the time unless the clutch is pushed in. any ideas???
Chances are the adjustment of the throwout bearing fork is the problem . because of vibration that is the rattling that you are hearing. correct adjustment should be as follows.
#1...peddle travle should be no more than 1 1/2 inches
#2...the clearance between throw out bearing and fork no more than 1/2 inch
#3...clearance between fork and fork stops is 1/8 inch
also there should be grease zerts in the shaft that holds the fork and linkage make sure they are not dry of grease...please rate the solution....thanks
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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