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2001 prado. clutch pedal sticks to floor under pressure, l can lift it with my foot and carry on driving. Pedal often sinks to the floor on its own. Slave cylinder issue?

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May have a large leak in the slave cylinder. do you see fluid dripping underneath te transmission housing? it could have an internal leak but not as common. check the fluid level in the little reservour on the firewall.

Posted on May 26, 2011

  • paul_spear May 26, 2011

    can't see any leak, but not sure. fluid level in master cylinder is fine

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    jason May 30, 2011

    most likely an internal leak in slave cylinder, mounted on transmission.

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