Question about 1988 Toyota Pickup
About 2 months ago I installed a new clutch and it was fine for a couple days then it started slipping one day.I added some gear lube,blead the clutch and sprayed some carb cleaner in the bell housing threw the clutch fork boot to clean off the oil that appeared to be leaking in there.After doing all that it was grabing good and drove fine up until a few days ago it was 15 to 25 below zero for 3 days,I had to jump it.After I got it started I put it into gear and released the clutch pedal and it did not grab.I crawled under it why somebody pushed the pedal to see if the slave cylinder was working and not frozen,it was working.Next I pushed the truck to see if it wasin gear or not,it rolled free,Iput it into gear and pushed again and it was still rolling free.I cannot get it to engage.If you have ANY ideas please share I am at a dead end.
You say you added gear lube. Where did you add the gear lube, to the differential? Because if you added gear lube to your master cylinder for the clutch, I think we found your problem. It calls for brake fluid.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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