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I pushed clutch n while system was open and now Iwe can't bleed clutch system,99 Camry v6 mv20

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Close of the bleeder nipple
you may have to operate the pedal by hand to pull it op of the floor a few times
open the nipple with the pedal on the floor . close off the nipple while the pedal is down . repeat the process until the air is bled out

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How to bleed clutch system from the start for Camry 99 v6 mv 20

you have to have 2 people, this is how you do it:

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Sounds like the TSB for the IWE solenoid, where water can get into the vacuum lines and not keep the IWE gear disengaged.

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The IWE ( Integrated Wheel Ends ) are held out with vacuum when the motor is running, Once the engine is turned off, and vacuum bleeds out of the system, the IWEs will lock again.

The other issue could be bad vacuum lines, where there is a crank in them from the IWE solenoid on the firewall down to the front wheels.

Until you have time to diagnose where the problem is with the IWE vacuum system ( TSB / Vacuum lines ) , either pull and pull the vacuum lines from the IWE and plug them ( front axle locked ) or drive in 4x4 so you do not round off the IWE gears.

Block diagram of the IWE system

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How do you install a clutch master cylinder on a k1500 v6 chevy

Remove the fluid line, then go inside cab at clutch pedal remove linkage that connects master and clutch pedal. Remove bolts that hold it in place and remove unit. reinstall in reverse order and bleed system at clutch slave by opening bleeder then pushing clutch pedal down and holding until bleeder is closed. repeat until solid fluid comes out, then with bleeder closed pump clutch pedal three times and open bleeder to relieve any left over air.

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1999 Camry Solara: the clutch stays pressed all the way down on its o...

Hello, and welcome to FixYa. Please allow me to assist you.

I had the exact same problem in my V6 Camry. The problem turned out to be bad clutch hydraulic cylinders. I replaced the clutch master cylinder (on the firewall) and the clutch slave cylinder (on the transaxlwe), the problem was eliminated.

Replace your clutch hydraulic cylinders, and you will be fixed right up.

Thanks for choosing FixYa for assistance today.

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Pickup makes a gringing noise in 2 wheel drive until you place it in 4 wheel, was repaired aprox. 200 miles ago and it is doing the same thing . thank you , The acuator and hub was what got repaired.

If you have a grinding noise in 2WD, then the IWE solenoid is the source fo the problem. If they replaced both already, not sure if they cleared the system of water ( this was the issue ). With a new IWE solenoid, clean vac lines and new IWEs the system should operate like a 2008 ( did not have this issue ).
Here is a URL to the TSB in PDF format :

Could also have been a damaged vacuum line ( bleeding vacuum off like water in the system ), might want to check / replace all vacuum lines for the IWE system. Here is a picture of the block diagram of the IWE system

Might want to pull the vacuum lines on the IWEs and leave the front hubs locked in ( pushing a dead axle ) until you get it diagnosed, as not to grind off the IWE gears on a brand new set.

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2004 f150 super cab auto Trans with shift on the go. Got under the truck and left side front axle would turn by hand right would not. Are the hubs spring engaged/vacuum disengaged? If so does the entire...

Operationally vacuum holds the IWE ( Integrated Wheel Ends ) out, and once vac is removed the spring engages the IWE.

If one side locks and the other does not, I would say it could be 1 of 3 things.

1. The vent tube from that IWE is plugged ( won't let the vacuum in the system bleed off ). Check by blowing through the vent tube or use a vacuum pump to make sure it is open. Watch that you do not have water or something in there, to damage your vacuum pump.

2. The IWE solenoid is not closing on that side. Check the vacuum on the malfunctioning side, that it bleeds off by unplugging, and hold your thumb on it, while shifting into 4H or 4L, you should feel the vacuum release.

3. The spring in the IWE is not engaging the hub. If you remove the vac line from the IWE ( with the engine off ) the hub should lock into place. If not I would suspect a bad IWE.

Have you heard a grinding noise while in 2WD ? If so, the gears on the IWE could be rounded off ( guess that makes 4 things ).

Here is a block diagram of the IWE system to work with the testing.

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you have to replace the master and slave. if there is no bleeder, you might get lucky bench bleeding it, but the whole assy, comes from dealer pre-bled. The system is sealed and even to do a clutch or trans, you shouldnt have to take it apart. DO NOT PUSH CLUTCH WITHOUT ALL PARTS HOOKED UP! youll break it.

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Bleeding the clutch

This would be simpler with 2 people. One would sit in the car and the other under it with his wrench on the bleed screw. Have the person inside pump on the clutch pedal several times and then hold it down. The other person then opens the bleed valve on the clutch, let the fluid come out while the person inside is continueing to hold the pedal down. Close off the bleed screw and repeat several times until all the air is gone from the system. If you dont have any leaks, you are good to go. Make sure you service the reservoir, and forget the mechanic.RC

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