Question about Toyota Celica
I have bought a Toyota celica gt and I am having problems with the clutch. When I bought the vehicle I was told the clutch was gone so I put in a new one. I bled the slave cylinder but was having problems getting the clutch to release. Normally the plunger and rubber boot are collapsed and when you press the clutch plunger comes out an inch or 2 then goes back in. If I set my clutch up this way the clutch will not release at all. What I have to do is have the plunger start at an inch out and when the clutch is pressed the plunger on the slave cylinder is out about 3 inches and goes back to 1 inch when releases. The car works and shifts fine until the car warms up. The clutch will then start to slip and not release to the point where it will not dis-engage. I put re-assembled the clutch, fork and release bearing the same way I took it out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a knob beside the headlights under the hood, fairly good sized, looks like rubber and you can manually turn down your headlights. That happened to my 86 Supra last year and the sync was just off and once I turned them down they started working perfectly. Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
hi considering age of car and that you have no leaks on hydraulics? may i suggest you try bleeding the clutch to rid of old fluid a couple of pumps may be suffice ? b/fluid does absorb moisture and heat over time hence recommendation tat fluid be changed at period specified in handbooks ie 12 monthly ?
Posted on May 15, 2009
Either you did not bleed the brakes properly or they need adjusted. (rear only) Front most likely are disks. If you put pads on the front and spread the caliper pistons, you should pump the brake pedal 10 or 15 times to move the pistons out. Some ABS systems are notoriously hard to bleed.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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