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Tercel 1992 clutch pedal feels hard when shifting gears

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Replace clutch plate&release bearing

Posted on Dec 11, 2012

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You ever think about replacing your rubber clutch line with a hard line or just replacing the rubber line

Posted on Aug 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Hi! Shifting out of 1st gear is hard

It sounds like a hydrallic clutch problem.If there's no external leak (clear fluid under the car or by your feet under the dash) then there could be an internal cylinder leak (when the plunger inside the cylinder no longer seals resulting in loss of hydrallic pressure).Fluid levels will be normal.This is common resulting in the shifter sticking in gear.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 4cyl manual 5 speed transmission 30K

Well, there is only one thing I can think of in your situation. Your pressure plates just simply are not creating enough pressure to allow the gears to engage. Either you have a defective clutch and it needs to be replaced, or possibly just needs a ton of adjustment. When you put it in 1st gear while engine is off, then start it and take off that works b/c there is enough pressure to keep the gears from starting to move when not already moving. However when they are already moving, there is just not enough pressure to stop them from turning, not even long enough to shift. Have you tried forcing it into 2,3, or 4 while driving without the clutch? As long as you achieve the correct RPM's your transmission should be able to do so.

Posted on Mar 08, 2010

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SOURCE: Soft clutch pedal

well depends on how much milage on the clutch..I would start with clutch master and slave see if that helps because u have to replace any how.....good luck

Posted on Jun 20, 2010

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EMISSIONWIZ is right replace clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder, easy to bleed system, pump it 10 times open valve at slave cylinder and close to this as many times till more air come out.

Posted on Jul 22, 2010

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2004 dodge ram 1500 with the 3.7L V6 5 speed manual. The truck drives and shifts fine but after driving for a while it won't be able to shift into or out of any gear.


the reason for hard shifting and selection when running is that the clutch shaft ( input shaft) is still turning even though the clutch pressure plate is released
it can be from oil/grease on the fly wheel /pressure plate face causing it to stick when hot
it may be from sticking clutch plate on the splines binding when hot
or it could be a dry spigot bush or failed bearing in the end of the crankshaft that positions the clutch shaft
check the pedal height adjustment and the position it is from the floor when starting to engage
It may be adjustment under the dash

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I was driving my '93 Toyota Tercel, When I went to shift, the shifter got stuck in third gear. Now I am down to my last $100, and I fear my car is done for. The car has 240,000 miles on it.


So you were driving when it got stuck? Were you able to keep driving but only in third? And did you hear any noises?

There is a cable that runs from the shifter to a shift lever on the back of the transmission. It connects just below and to the left of of the air filter housing. Look and see if the anything is damaged, or broken off. If that linkage is jammed or broken you wouldnt be able to move the gearshift.

If you check out the linkage and dont see any problems, detach the cable from the shift lever. Then
try moving the shift lever by hand. I can tell you exactly how to detach it if you need. I will have to go look at the cable on my car to remember how to remove it. I have a 1992 Tercel, should be the same as yours.

Thats the best case scenario. Worst case, transmission is bad.

When you push the clutch pedal, does it feel normal?

Jul 28, 2011 | 1993 Toyota Tercel

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93 toyota tercel clutch. pedal goes to floor very easy. have to pump to get it to engage. very hard shifting sometime cant. whats the problem


the clutch oil is low or empty fill it or there is bad clutch cylender either the one located in front of the steering inside the engine compartment change it or the other is near the gear box

Feb 11, 2011 | 1993 Toyota Tercel

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The clutch pedal at times gets soft and gear shift is hard I have to turn off the truck pump the pedal for a while, some times when it is in 4th gear is hard to gear down


I have a 92 toyota camry and had to have my clutch replaced & the switch a year ago I already know it's all hydraulic but now the clutch pedal feels spongy easy to push in I have to wait till the car warms up & the rpm's drop even in 90 degree weather & then it's still hard to shift into gear once I'm able to drive it around for a little while it seems to work fine, I called Firestone who done the clutch they said it COULD be the clutch master cylinder how could I be sure or what can I check to be sure of what it could be before I take my car anywhere to be fixed.

Jan 25, 2011 | Jeep Cherokee Cars & Trucks

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Hard to engage 4th gear.shift stick needs to be "slammed" into place. Help!


is it only 4th gear,are all other gears ok,is the shift loose or does the clutch pedal feel funny ,come back to me and i will get to the bottom of this for you.adrian,,,,,,

Aug 19, 2010 | 1994 Toyota Corolla

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I have a 89 toyota pickup 4 speed. When I'm stopped at a stop light, and let out on the clutch it seems like it has lost pressure. When I'm shifting down the road it shifts fine. I checked the fluid and it...


this sounds like the clutch slave is goin out, this unit is on the outside of the transmission. Possibly losing pressure!! Your transmission does not use transmission fluid, but instead gear oil. Have the following checked:
1. Clutch Slave (possibly worn)-this will cause soft or hard clutch pedal feel, slipping clutch, unintended clutch release, hard gear engagement, no/insufficient clutch movement.

*2. Clutch pedal Mounting Plate (possibly cracked)-this will cause improper gear engagement, hard gear engagement, soft pedal feel, insufficient clutch movement.

*this plate is located above the clutch pedal itself, apply pressure on the pedal with one hand while inspecting the plate for fatigue cracks(use a bright flashlight). This is very common on these models. This problem will eventually get worst and most mechanics never figure this out.

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Mar 15, 2010 | 1989 Toyota Pickup SR5

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When i put into gear and press on the gas and the clutch out the engin revs but the car goes no where. I HAVE SIMMILAR PROBLEM. CLUTCH PEDAL IS VERY HARD ENGINE RUNNING, CAN SHIFT BETWEEN GEARS WITH...


WITH ENGINE ON & RUNNING and you are able to shift to any & or all Gears and with this theres,
No Clutch Engagement Upon Releasing Clutch
With Info Provided seems that you have 1 or all 3
of the Fallowing and they all Should be Replaced as A Set even if on lt 1 of them has Failed
  1. Clutch Pressure Plate has Failed
  2. Clutch Disc Is Worn Down
  3. Clutch Release Bearing Has Failed
All Require Removal Of Transmission this is the reasoning for Replacing all as SET with the Labor cost if your replace only 1 Item, and 3 Months later another of the 3 components Fail, you have the same Labor cost to PAY.

This Solution is Answering the SOLE Question ask, Barring No other Problems have or did Happen such as Noises Ran out Of Trans Lube. if it is the Clutch that has Failed and you are unable to Perform the Repair yyourself, DO SHOP AROUND get 5 or more Estimates as the Fee Will Vary Sometimes very wide gaps in fee's
and also Try and Purchase the Parts yourself Due to the Tremendous Markup of parts at Shops

I Hope I have Answered you Question to your satisfaction and if you have any more questions Feel free to Ask Me

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Grinding and very hard to shift, and now the shifter is stuck


how does the clutch pedal feel?..clutch out of adjustment,needs clutch job...kev-mn.

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Noise


sounds like the clutch bearing gone bad.

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