Question about Toyota Supra
I am looking for 1988 toyota 7mge transmission clutch release fork. It seems no one has it in America. Please email me back at email@example.com
Hi Mel, I believe that if you remove the fork and carrying it with as a sample, visit a few breaker yards you'll be able to match up something. Vehicles with similar manual boxes Toyota Chaser, Toyota Mk 11, Toyota V 6 Camry and so on. If we can sort out problems such as this in Zambia, you can in the States. Regards John
Posted on Oct 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: manual clutch
Sounds like the wrong pressure plate. I got a kit from Autozone and it was the wrong pressure plate. My old one was obviously thicker. With the new pressure plate, the shift fork was almost at full travel before any resistance. That's no good. I had to pull the transmisssion again and use my old pressure plate. Luckily, it was in good condition. Then, the clutch slack was easily adjusted and works great.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
There is a bearing that presses on the center of the clutch release arms when you put your foot down, it's called the clutch release bearing. It sounds like yours is starting to go bad. There is also a bushing or bearing in the back of the crankshaft that can cause this noise. the the input shaft of the transmission is stabilized in this. These two items are almost always replaced when a clutch job is performed. Unfortunately that is the only way to get at these two bearings. You may be able to drive the vehicle for quite a few more miles. but this is a sign of things to come.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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
There are two possibilities to consider:
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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