Question about 1991 Toyota Pickup
I started my truck at 13 degrees and tried to apply clutch. worked for a min and then to the floor. nothing. comes back up but no pressure. my guess is fluid was thick and blew some kind of gasket. Im very low on money so I cant wast on wrong parts, any advice on what to check first?thanx..... Not the fun part of living in alaska
I would think it is the slave cylinder being underneath the car try flushing cucth resivor out with new fulid and bleed if it still no pedall buy a slave cylinder kit they are cheap fit and bleed again u may have to bleed it a few times
u must have had moisture in your fulid
try that mate
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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