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Change clutch I have a 4x4 manual drive tacoma. Is my clutch bad? It work when 4wheel drive is on, but not when it is in regular 2wd. Car goes into gear, but does not advance when you release the clutch.

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Sounds like transfer case issue if 4 wheel drive works and 2 wd does not. Clutch slippage would be worse in 4 wheel drive more than 2 wheel drive, more to push.

Posted on May 16, 2010

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