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What allows clutch to slip so much to not move car.

1990 Toyota Camry clutch problems gears no longer engage - fully released pedal was near slipping, after quiet ping or pop while releasing clutch - now not enough friction to move the car. Gear selector moves freely in and out of gears. Fairly normal clutch pedal movement.

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-Possibly time to replace new clutch.

Good luck


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This normally means your clutch is worn down and needs replacement. Much less likely is that the clutch pedal travel needs adjustment.

Replacement of the clutch requires removal of the gearbox and is much easier with a shop hoist. I'd recommend replacing the pressure plate assembly as well.

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There are few very helpful links with solutions to troubleshoot these problem.


========

I suggest you to refer these links.


Click the link below:-----


2000 Toyota Camry: Transmission slipping and Stuck up? http://whatisbyme.blogspot.in/2012/05/2000-toyota-camry-transmission-slipping.html

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2006 Ford Explorer: Engine Vibrates and gears slipping?

http://whatisbyme.blogspot.in/2012/06/2006ford-explorer-engine-vibrates-and.html

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I doubt the hydraulic fluid will assist because this releases the clutch, that is, with no clutch hydraulic fluid, the clutch would not release the trans to allow you to shift gears.

It is possible to do the clutch job yourself, but not easy. Let us hope it is just the pedal travel.

http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/CL.pdf

http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/mx.pdf

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