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Old 01-30-2013, 09:24 PM   #1
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85 4runner , how far does slave cylinder have to move clutch fork to fully disengage

hello ,I have a 85 4runner , I was wanting to know how far does slave cylinder have to move clutch fork to fully disengage so when stopped you can put into first gear . im having trouble sometimes getting it into first gear when stopped..thank you .
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Old 02-01-2013, 06:08 PM   #2
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i'd check for ya, but i dont got anyone here to push the clutch while i measure lol

any signs of leaks at the slave or on the inside of the firewall from the master?

any signs of cracks on the peddle assembly?
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i just bought a new toyota oem slave and master cylinder bled them didnt help , bracket is ok , the clutch doesn't slip .I did adjust free play . what it might be is the push rod is not pushing the clutch fork enough to fully disengage
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i just bought a new toyota oem slave and master cylinder bled them didnt help , bracket is ok , the clutch doesn't slip .I did adjust free play . what it might be is the push rod is not pushing the clutch fork enough to fully disengage
Different car, but same problem I had.
http://www.1stgencelica.com/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=15270

check for clutch fork free play/movement.
don't bother dropping the tranny until its the last option you can think of like me...and if you do, just pop in a new clutch kit while you're in there
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