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I own a toyota 4x4 pick-up 1989 it was stored outside without running for 2 years ,now my pedal clutch stay stick.How can i fix it? Also how can i put oil in the gearbox(transmission)?

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I assume the clutch won't release. Put the trans in neutral and start the engine. Let it get warm. MAKE SURE THERE IS ROOM TO DRIVE THE TRUCK, WITH NOTHING IN THE WAY. Stop the engine, put the trans in first, and start the engine. The truck will jump forward when the engine starts. Get it on a clear road, push the clutch pedal in, and hit the gas. It should come loose in one or two tries.

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