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The clutch will not engage properly on my 1988 toyota pickup. Already replace clutch master cyclinder and clutch slave?

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There are a couple of possibilities; worn clutch plate, failed pressure plate, possible hanging up of the throw-out bearing. Also, some hydraulic clutches have a throw adjustment on the slave cylinder that may need adjustment after replacing the slave cylinder.
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1994 toyota pickup


No, this is a hydraulic clutch and the only adjustment may b on the pedal linkage for free travel to the master cylinder. It sounds as though you may have a bad clutch master cylinder or defective slave cylinder.

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I have a 94 toyota pickup 2wd and i the clutch wont engage at all only when the truck is off. i have also bleed the lines a few times already.


Can you have someone push the pedal for you and make sure the slave cylinder is moving? If not, check the master cylinder also.

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I need help changing out the master cylinder in my '94 toyota 4x4 pickup truck. It is a 5speed, i have already changed out the slave cylinder and installed the master cylinder but i still can not get the...


did you bleed the system?? you must bleed the system from the clutch slave. if this has been done, I need more info!! How does the clutch pedal feel, is the clutch slave engaging at all??

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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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