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2003 toyota clutch malfunction

My brother in laws clutch won't work. He can start the car fine but it will not move at all. He has it sitting in netural and he still can't push the car. He tried putting it into gear but it will not go anywhere. What could have been the cause of this problem? The clutch is a high performance clutch and has been 2 years since it was replaced. There weren't any signs of it wearing out such as the slitch slipping or not catching gears. IT just didn't work when the car was turned on.

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    I cannot put it into gear when the engine is on, only when the engine is off .

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Simple turn car off put into first geat push in clutch and start it. hold the starter on. if clutch is engaged it will pull vehicle with the starter and hopefully start. at which point you drive it. in first or reverse but you can move it around like this. he may have air in the clutch line

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