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How to ajust if any, the clutch on toyota townace 2c.

Clutch just about engages at end of travel

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sounds like the clutch armerature may be hanging or broke. it's the rod that ingages the clutch.

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Dipstick, oil filler , filter etc are under the passengers front seat.
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Hi Jim, When that happens it usually means that the gas has leaked out and the pressure in the system is too low to operate. There are pressure sensors in the system for just that reason. Have the pressure checked, or if you live somewhere where you can buy the do it yourself kits, purchase one and check the pressure. If not you would do well to go see a refrigeration technician. There are relays and fuses but the most likely cause is the one I've mentioned. Regards John

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SOURCE: Freelander td4 2004, clutch pedal at rest position is too low, when you press the clutch in you don't get full travel and gears are stiff to engage.

You have a leaking master or slave hydraulic clutch cylinder. I recommend you replace both

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