Question about 1990 Toyota Camry
Having to pump the clutch means there is air in the system, caused by a leak. Now it appears nearly all the clutch fluid has gone.
The leak could be in either the master cylinder, slave cylinder, or a hole in the line between.
With the car the age it is, I would put an overhaul kit (rubbers etc) in both cylinders, and inspect the line inch by inch for signs of a hole. You should be able to also buy the cylinders complete if you want, say from eBay.
Although for a later model, this should assist you
Posted on Nov 08, 2012
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