Question about 1993 Toyota Pickup
Sorry for repeat question, lost your reply. Problem is that clutch friction point is very close to the floor, less than an inch. Pumping clutch pedal does not seem to make a deifference in performance. A bit of resistance shifting up or down into third of five gears. Otherwise seems normal and smooth, maybe a little jerkiness or bumpy on deceleration but that might be brakes (?)
Hi Tonio,could be your slave cylinder is bad,not holding pressure and leaking,if so then your clutch reservoir is low.Here's a link to it. Repair Guides Clutch Slave Cylinder AutoZone com
Posted on Mar 18, 2014
Testimonial: "Clutch reservoir shows full level so I don't think this is the problem. "Pumping up" the clutch pedal doesn't seem to improve the situation. Thanks all the same, any other ideas?"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1990 22re same problem surge when pedal was depressed thought it was booster or check valve still didnt fix it i even put a brand new booster on it just to make sure still no fix it finnally went away on its own for about a month now it does it just sitting at an idle with out the brake pedal depressed traced all vaccum lines no problem there and still have no clue
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
Hi. Let me try to lend you a bit of assistance, also.
My fellow expert Benimur is very correct with his input to you.
But...Air does not get into your clutch hydraulics unless the fluid has leaked out at some point. As long as the cylinders and tubes are intact, I would doubt that air is the issue. Short of pulling the transaxle, and inspecting the clutch, there is really no other way to determine your issue properly.
Personally, I think that you haven internal problem with the clutch assembly. It could be worn fingers on the clutch plate, a worn clutch disc, or something as simple as the throwout bearing is hanging up on the input shaft collar.
If Beni's suggestions does not help, you are going to need to pull the trans off, and inspect the clutch items mentioned above.
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Posted on Mar 04, 2009
You need to see if you have fluid in the master cylinder's resivoir.. low fluid or no fluid could be a low break pads or out of adjustment problem ....if fluid is low add dot3 break fluid..and step on the pedal a few times...if the level seems to hold it could be out of adjustment or low pads . If the fluid leaks out then you have a leak and must attempt to find it yourself or with a mechanic. It is possible you may have air traped in the system and it may need to be bled out by a mechanic. I say a mechanic because this is a crittical safety system needed to stop the car !! If you are not sure of how to repair a leaking brake line or caliper or master cylinder leave it to a pro . At least you may be able to find out what is leaking with this help .
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
There is an adjustment for the clutch pedal under the dash where the push rod goes thru the firewall. There is only aprx. 1/2" of adjustment so be careful when making an adjustment, if your clutch is slipping then you need to shorten the throw of the push rod.
Posted on May 07, 2009
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