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That's because your clutch booster are bad and less of enough pressure , try to replace a new clutch booster , also may change brake booster, you can find more info at our site:

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I have a 1991 Toyota p/u 4 cyl.when clutch is in and brakes on I have low and high eng.idle

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this is almost always a problem with the power brake booster, check to see if the hose is loose, has a hole or is split at one to the ends. If there is no vacuum leak, it is probably going to need a new booster. It is hard to get at, as it is under the window wiper transmission. that mechanism is not too difficult to remove, which will give you a lot of room to repair or replace the hose or the unit itself.

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It is hard to push my clutch in as well as the gear shifter is tough to move into gears...any ideas?

Hi and welcome to FixYa!

You may need to bleed the clutch as a first course of action and observe if it will do it. If the problem still persist then go for the primary and secondary clutch booster. If they are worn out it tends to stuck that's why the gear shift is hard to engage for it is not performing properly.

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not sue u have abs on that model
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best way to check booster is stop truck pump pedal a few time then put your foot on brake pedal and push down this is with truck stopped ,keeping pedal pushed start engine brake pedal should move down more if booster is working check all pipes tp booster

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Brakes not working properly when you press the brake pedal becomes hard and pushes against pressure

Sounds like the booster. It is located on the drivers side firewall and has the brake fluid resevoir attached to it. Make sure your resevoir has fluid in it as this can affect braking, but not vacuum boost. Look for a vacuum leak, as the booster works on manifold vacuum. If this is not the issue, you may need to replace the booster, but the most common cause of this is loss of vacuum. Good Luck! I hope you find this to be very helpful!

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Check brake booster

You can check the booster.First check vacuum to booster,is it strong?,it needs to be.Check the check valve that the vacuum hose slips onto.It should only be one way,blowing threw it and not being able to blow threw it the other way.If this is all ok,then think about this,Are the brakes really hard to push down?or just going to the floor,or spongy,or anything else?If the brakes are hard to push,then replace the booster,if the brakes do anything else,it`s not the booster.The booster only,I repeat,only, make brake pedal easy to push.If I can help.>>>

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Clutch pedal too hard too push in 94 might max

Bad presure plate. The clutch is made up of two parts, the clutch disk and the presure plate. as the vehicle gets older the pressur plate can bend making it imposible to push the pedal in. This is very common if your vehicle has a clutch cable as compared to a hydrolic clucth but happens with both just the same. The solution is replace the clutch.

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