Question about 1997 Toyota 4Runner
I own a 97 4Runner SR5, manual, 73760 miles. After driving for 2 hrs. on the highway the clutch pedal stayed on the floor when I tried to shift. The pedal came up after a while, and I was able to shift and move to the side of the road. I called for a tow truck, and after I got home I noticed the pedal worked normally and I could shift as before. I don't hear any grinding noise, and although I've been driving around for short distances I'm afraid to get on the highway again. What could be the cause of this problem?
To Fix: Set the preload on the throw-out lever. You can also try bleeding the clutch.
Problem: Its the problem with the throw-out lever or there is air in the clutch line.
Hope this helps ya!
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
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