Question about 1991 Toyota Previa
My clutch is sticking to the floor when I shift and staying engaged in gear, I have to literally pull the clutch back with my foot in order to shift to the next gear, usually only does this in slow moving/stop&go traffic, what's the deal.....throwback bearing, clutch is shot??? need help, gonna wreck
There is air in the system. The slave cylinder does provide pressure to return the pedal. Check to be sure that you have plenty of fluid in the master cylinder (clutch). Slowly work the pedal back and forth to try and remove air. (This usually works unless you have really lost all fluid. Once the air is remove depress the clutch while in gear. If it does not keep the car from moving then replace the slave and master cylinder. The parts are a little over $100. Hope this helps. I have one in the shop right now as a matter of fact...
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
Sounds like slave cyl on side of gear box is not holding pressure.you can buy seal kit or replace cheaply
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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