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Clutch will not release when pedal is depressed.

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You have to replace the clutch and pressure plate kit good luck

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THE key is exactly how does the clutch FEEL? A slave would feel like more pedal travel, before any clutch depression happens. If you had a slave issue, you would normally be running through fluid.

Not Disengauge...So, yes, you can have slave or m/c issues, but does the pedal depression feel any different? There is a pilot bearing that supports the front end of the trans input shaft. This bearing is often brass and needs lubrication when apart.

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Neutral Safety Switch
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Before replacing the clutch switch or any component connected to the vehicle's control computer, disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
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  • If the distance is correct, check the clearance between the switch and the pedal assembly when the clutch is fully depressed.
f_mt_tps9.26.jpg Clutch switch to pedal assembly clearance. Courtesy of Toyota Motor Company.
  • Loosen the switch and adjust its position to provide for the specified clearance.

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