Question about 2004 Toyota Highlander
I have a 1991 Toyota pick up and the clutch initially dropped to the floor and then popped back out and now won't depress at all, it won't even hit the safety/kill switch. I initally thought it was the master cylinder but it doesn't feel like a hydrolic problem because there is Zero give when trying to depress the clutch. I've looked underneath the stearing colum and nothing seems bent. I even started to release pressure in the master cylinder by slightly loosening the nuts to slightly bleed out a little fluid. Nothing. I've now taken apart the fork assembly attached to the clutch that drives the piston? into the firewall of the truck. Don't want to take too much more apart until I know what I'm doing. clutch is sticking on floor but it will release if i lifty it by hand
Dude under truck left hand sideof tranny, is your clutch slave cylinder, remove the hydraulic line, the two mount bolts. replace the slave cylndr. you got clutch !!!!
ps i dont recall there being a bleed valve. it should bleed by gravity
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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