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Clutch problems car wont start have to pump the clutch or put cables makes a noice as if something is not connecting that wont allow the car to start. 1988 toyota supra

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If you have to pop the clutch to get the car started then you need a new starter.

Posted on Apr 24, 2010

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I had the battery , altenator and starter checked and it still wont start without being jumped. what could be the problem


if everything is good there can only be one problem
there is no connection or a poor connection between your battery posts and the batteru cable connectors, when the car runs the charging voltage is not making it to the battery, and when you start it is not making it to the starter, when you are connecting the battery cables they are not charging the battery either but are connected to the battery cable connectors of your car.
I have seen that before when a guy put on new cable ends that were painted and the paint did not allow a good connection and had to be removed from the connection surfaces

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85 toyota pickup clutch wont engage


The gear box should be okay. Check the clutch-watch if the clutch fork on the bell housing moves when someone presses the clutch. If it doesn't move, the cable needs adjusting, or if hydraulic clutch diagnose the clutch master and slave cylinders. Either one should cause the clutch fork to move and engage the clutch.

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Some of that model had an unusual clutch mechanism, which has probably broken due to wear. Read here

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_to_adjust_clutch_on_1995_ford_escort

In the event yours is instead fitted with a hydraulic clutch, either

- the hose has split
- the clutch throwout lever has broken or collapsed

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If the positive wire is hot, its connection is bad, check and clean all corrosion at the terminal connections to the actual wire and at the terminal connection to the battery. Do this for both battery cables. Hope this helps, let me know.

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The clutch switch is on the clutch pedal and it has an arm that connects to the pedal and a 2 wire or 4 wire connector as the car may have cruize control if it has a clutch swith there is no other neural switch as starting in gear with the clutch pushed in is allowed. The starter can fail as can the ingtion switch ( Key switch).

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I dont quite understand what you mean . The clutch releases you transmission from the engine to allow shifting.

If you mean it wont release maybe its not the clutch maybe its the slave cylinder which pushes it or the master cylinder which is connected to the pedal. If its a cable maybe the cable is out of adjustment.

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Fuel pump


The 05 Corrolla tends to have some fuel pressure issues. It was something that was supposed to be fixed fromt he 04 model but it wasn't. You need to have the fuel pump checked and make sure it is putting out enough pressure. Or you cans imply replce the fuel pump to see if this corrects the problem. Also, when starting the car allow the key to sit in the on position before starting up. This should allow time for fuel pressure to build up nefore trying to turn over the engine. Hope this helps.

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Clutch problem!!!! maybe wire? need help please!!!


Check to see if this is a hydraulic system, it sounds like it is low on fluid. If it is a cable then it has come adrift somwhere follow the cable from the bulkhead to the transmission, it will be obvious. If it is hydraulic top it up with dot 4 brake fluid and pump the pedal several times if it gets better you have a leak, take it to the repair shop and get them to verify where it is.

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