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Hello, I have a 1989 toyota 2 wheel drive with 22r and I had some clutch problems with it. Replaced clutch, flywheel, clutch master cylinder and slave cylander and?? I still can't get it into gear because the pedal cage that houses the clutch, brake and accelerator pedals is apparently moving and the pedal can't depress the master cylinder enough to engage the clutch I can't find a part for this and someone suggested going to a junkyard for the part. I'/m frustrated because even though the truck has 225,000 miles on it, everything runs great, I just can't get it into gear! : / If anyone out there has had a similar prob with their aging 22r clutch please respond, I'd love to hear from you! :) And wheat exactly is the name of the cage that I'm talking about? thanks tons

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I was amazed to read this problem and the expense you have incured,what type of a machinac have you ,to let you spend all this money and end up back where you started.you mention a cage there is no such thing?all pedals are on there own,i think someone is taking you on a very large fools walk.stop this madness now and get a proper machinac to look at this problem, The master cyclinder bolts onto the cars body at the back of the pedal and its that simple and in all my time i have never seen this rust, i was so frustated when i read this i said bad talk,the slave cyclinder just needs blead .please rate this answer.adrian,,,,,,,,,,

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