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#1 Old 09-12-2006, 06:57 PM
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clutch problem

hey guys, i'm new to the toyota world and we have an 88 toyota 4x4 that is grinding into reverse and will not go into any other gear. we blead the clutch system and replaced the master cyl on it and now were thinkin the slave is out but it moves like its supposed to , right after we blead it it worked untill we killed the engine.

were lost. anyone have anything similar happen to them ?

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Did you check the plastic bushing on the clutch pedal. When you changed your MC, you had to disconnect the pedal from the pushrod. There is a metal pin that you remove, there should be NO grooves in it, it's supposed to be smooth. There is also a plastic bushing in the hole on the pedal, those bushings wear out over time and are only like $2 at Toyota. If it wears enough, and long enough, it will oblong the hole in the pedal and then the pedal will have to be replaced. Now, after making sure that stuff is good, try adjusting the pushrod(only a little bit at a time) screw the pushrod so it's closer to the MC, this is also a common problem after doing a clutch or swapping clutch components. BTW, check the oil in the trans also.

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I had to GRAVITY BLEED my new slave cylinder on my 86 Toy PU. This was becasue of the placement of the bleed nipple on the new replacement slave cylinder. Was a royal PITA to get the air out of the line/system until I perfected the technique. Now it works perfect.
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I had an 87 with 22r 4-speed manual.

I was parked in my girlfriends driveway and never could get the thing in reverse without turning the truck off and rolling it until it went in reverse.

The problem was the clutch. Just time for a new one. We replaced the cylinder at the same time.


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were starting to think the master cyl,s we have gotton have been bad..
or the TO bearing lever is bent..

i can see on the TO bearing lever, is that bolt that the lever pivots on adjustable, it looks adjustable.
also, what are the odds of bending the forks that the TO bearing is on ? my guess would be pretty slim..
i can see the slave cyl. is only actuating about an inch gove or take 1/4" and that dont look far enough.

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Check the clutch pedal bracket. They are known to crack and the only option is to replace them. Welding up the crack doesn’t seem the last very long.

Also, give this old thread a reading. It has some good info there.

http://toyotanation.com/forum/showthread.php?t=127377
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