Question about 1990 Toyota 4Runner
sounds like your clutch slave cylinder failed, open the hood and look near where you put the brake fluid, the clutch slave fluid is next to the brake fluid reservoir. take the cap off and see if its empty. If its empty that means your clutch slave gaskets failed and its fairly easy and inexpensive to put one of those on, and it takes about an hour. If your familiar with your car you can fix it or have a friend who knows them fix it. You can find resources online and I will send a link,
If the clutch slave reservoir is full you have a more serious problem and I recommend taking it in for an estimate.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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