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Where is the bleeder clutch valve on 1987 toyota camry

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If this is a hydraulic slave cylinder there should be a bleeder screw right on or near it.

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Wow.. there is so much that could be wrong. It could be anything from a faulty idle control, to poor timing, bad ignition system.. the list goes on. as it's an 87, i'm not sure if it has a way for you to check the error codes yourself, or if it even posts them, you may want to take it to autozone or similar, they will more than likely help you check codes free of charge..most places like that offer the free diagnostic service, (if available for that year / make / modle vehicle)

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