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My clutch pedal doesn't return

Drove the 2007 tacoma parked and when i went to leave the clutch pedal went to the floor and i could not shift

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Check for a leak and if you just had work done on the car, bleed the air out of the system. If you system does not have a leak/ air in the line, you might need to replace master cylinder. Best thing to do is get a free estimate (sometimes they find something cheap that can fix the problem).

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SOURCE: pop & clutch stuck to floorboard

probly the clutch fork or through bearing

Posted on Apr 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Sudden clutch failure

Sounds like you have a leak .... a bad master/ slave cylinder .... that car has a hydraulic clutch system you may see oil dripping, much cheaper than a new clutch ... pumping it may help shift until it empties out entirely ... check the reservoir ...

Posted on May 09, 2009

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SOURCE: 1997 Toyota Tacoma v6/4x4/manual: Clutch petal/Clutch

I currently have a 1998 Toyota Tacoma, and the clutch pedal does not return all the way. I know it is not the clutch, it is actually the spring located underneath the pedal. It is catching and not releasing after pushed.... Hope it helps.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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SOURCE: clutch pedal stuck up

You have to replace the Slave Cyl. when you put on the new one you have to bleed it ..To get the air out of the new line.

Posted on Mar 10, 2010

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SOURCE: 2007 Jeep Compass - Clutch

Usually if you pump the pedal a lot when it's cold if the slave is leaking you will see some dripping from the bellhousing. I would definitely check inside the cab where the master attaches to the pedal rod to be sure it isn't leaking there and that's why you don't see fluid outside though. If you already checked there then yes if the slave is leaking, that's the only way in there.

Posted on Oct 03, 2010

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