Question about 2005 Toyota ECHO
If parked in first gear, on a downhill grade, the vehicle will nudge forward in increments. Clutch, or transmission??
OK I did see a couple of other suggestions but unless I read your question wrong your vehicle is not running when this is happening and right away i thought of two basic things when parking on a grade. They are first thing is when either parking up hill or down hill you always turn your wheels towards the curb and second you should always use the parking brake even though many people call it the emergency brake it really the vehicles parking brake when you have a ma
Posted on Apr 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the clutch is not disengaging the engine from the tranny.
Just as the truck would if you'd come to a stop and not step on the clutch, the engine would die.
There should be an adjustment for this. However if you have many miles on the pressure plate / throw out bearings, it maybe time for a new set.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
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