Question about 1989 Toyota Pickup SR5
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the encoder motor. That's the black plastic box on the driver's side of the transfer case. But just to make sure, the control module for the encoder motor is located behind the passenger side kick plate (inside the vehicle, passenger side, where your feet would be, outside side). Disconnect it for a few seconds and then reconnect it. If the problem still exists, you will have to repair or change your encoder motor. I grabbed one at a scrap yard for less than $100.00.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
I take it you have the manual t-case shifter on the floor. If so check all your linkages from the shifter to the t-case, if all appears well, simply disconnect the linkage from the t-case and see if it moves if it does your problem is in the shift mechanism in the t-case. if it still wont move even while disconnected clean and lube the linkage. If this still doesn't do the trick. replace your linkage
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
The clutch bleed is similar to brake bleeding. Find the bleeder valve for the clutch. It's usually located right by the Bell Housing of the transmission where the clutch fork is. Have extra fluid handy to refill the reservoir and check the fluid level after each bleed to make sure it doesn't get too low or you'll draw air back into the system. Make sure the fluid you use meets specs for your vehicle.
Have another person get in the vehicle and pump the clutch pedal several times and hold it to the floor. Open and close the bleeder valve very quickly. Do this procedure several times until you see a steady stream of fluid gushing from the valve. You should notice the clutch pedal getting firm.
Tighten valve securely, replace dust cover, and top off fluid.
*Note: You can use a can to catch the fluid that is released so you don't have fluid flying everywhere each time you open the valve. Another way to do this procedure is to hook a hose up to the bleeder valve and submerge the other end of the hose into a can of clean fluid to keep air from getting drawn back into the system.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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