Question about 1985 Toyota Celica Supra
S check the clutch fluid in the engine compartent o thefirewall above in front of where the clutch pedal on the drivers side, also look under the dash to the pedal above to a linkage from the firewall to the clutch slave assemble, look for any brake fluid leak. Usually there is a carpet discolorization below where the leak if there is an indication of said leak. Note pay attention to detail, you also want to look and follow the lines from the clutch slave to where there is an clutch master cylinder mostly on the transmission gear housing. Note look for any leak which will be near a hydraulic line very thin metal line. Look for leaks okay.
Posted on May 23, 2009
Replace the clutch master and slave cylinders.
I recently had the exact same problem on my car.
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