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My 89 toyota pick up brakes went completely out but the clutch still works fine I can't pump my brakes up when the car is off, any suggestions?

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Your back wheel cylinders are leaking,to check remove both back drums.Your brake master cylinder is probaly empty.Here's a guide how to replace.Here's the cylinder.

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SOURCE: Clutch issue? 89 toyota PU 4x4 V6 150,000 miles

Yep, you got it. Assuming spring tension on pressure plate feels normal (you should know with 150k mi) then the clutch disk is worn. Time for replacement.

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SOURCE: just got the clutch on my 89 toyota pick-up

It sounds like the shifter was installed incorrectly.
The transmission does not need to be removed just the shifter from the top pf the trans needs to be installed correctly

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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you still have air in the system very hard to bleed is the slave and master dry look under the dash at the master where it comes through the fire wall to see if it is wet some times you need to power bleed them

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SOURCE: cna i adjust athe clutch in a 1994 toyota pick-up

The linkage cable before the trans should have an adjustment nut on it. This controls the fork assembly movement. adjust the linkage to remove the pedal free play and this will also tighten the clutch.

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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