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1992 Toyota Camry - Burnt Out Clutch

I received the above car as a gift, so no money spent yet. The engine runs good and the car ran for about a day. The clutch was slipping and after driving it at too high of a speed, the clutch is completely gone.

My question is this: Is it ONLY the clutch in these cases? Slipping (reving up while in gear at higher RPM's - okay when you took it slow), clutch pedal goes to floor and was staying there. Does it need a new pressure plate, too?

Any help, suggestions, or references would be most appreciated.

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Yes, you should change the clutch disc, pressure plate, throw out bearing, pilot bearing (if equipped), and have the flywheel "surfaced". Usually, the clutch disc, pressure plate, and throw out bearing can be obtained as a packaged set or "kit". I would also check the clutch slave cylinder and master cylinder for leaks. Changing the clutch is a big expensive job when done by a shop and is a difficult (but less expensive) job for a do-it-yourselfer---even for somebody with the right tools at hand. Probably why the car was a gift. But if that is all that is wrong, you are still getting a good bargain!

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