First make sure the pedal itself is not getting hung up on anything, ie. the floormat, or the carpet. Next if you look where the pedal mounts to the firewall of the truck there should be a return spring that reaches from the framework of the mounting setup for the pedals to the pedal itself. If that is in place then you must address a hydraulic issue. Make sure the slave cylinder mounted on the transmission is extending properly when clutch is depressed. If the slave cylinder does not, the master cylinder, a broken line, or the slave cylinder itself would be the culprit. If the the slave cylinder checks out, try putting the vehicle in gear with the clutch stuck down. If you can do so without your foot on the clutch I would think the throwout bearing/pressure plate assembly is binding and not forcing the clutch fork back to return the clutch. If this is the case then you're looking at a clutch replacement.
Clutch fork or cable broken. it might have a hydrolic leak. Check the master in the clutch
at the caliper and drums derrr! at the caliper and drums derrr! no its under the car where the clutch line goes into the trani at. they should be a 8mm nippple sticking out
Not with the clutch by itself.
May be clutch cable sticking, clutch lever on the gearbox sticking or the actual friction plate in the clutch sticking on the shaft. the latter would probably mean taking the gearbox out to check. The clutch lever on box is easily oiled but usually the return from a clutch is great enough to pull it back but check anyway.
There is a switch mounted under the dash above the clutch arm. It has either slipped out of its bracket or is bad. It is there to keep you from starting the car with the clutch engaged. A safety factor.
there is a safety switch on the clutch, it should be on the inside of the car that the pedal has to activate so the car will start, apparently that switch is bad.
It prevents engine cranking unless the clutch pedal is pressed.
Does my 1995 Toyota Paseo have a clutch cable
buy a Toyota
the clutch pedal
if I understand the question you asked correctly, I would say you are in need of a clutch but it might need adjustment but not likely.
The compressor clutch does not need to be shimmed. The outside disc is pressed on until the proper air gap is achieved. If it is pressed on to far it has to be pulled off and reinstalled.
it could be that the clutch isn't disengaging all the way
Clutch plates are sticking - get your clutch checked you might need a new one
n, on the contrary, it means your clutch is alive and "sticky"
you need to change the spring in the clutch cylinder ,you find more info on at alfa .net
Yes. Most Toyota cars use hydraulic clutches. That is why you have to put fluid in the clutch reservour.
Local dealership charged me $1,400 recently for an '06 Toyota Corolla S clutch.
Take the trans out, the clutch is inside the trans ^_^
about 6 hours depend what kind of clutch it is
The clutch fluid reservoir in a 2001 Toyota Tacoma is located on the vehicle's firewall near the back of the engine compartment. It provides a constant supply of fluid to the clutch as needed.
If this happens when cold not when warm, check the clutch fork mechanism. It is attached to the clutch it looks like a long fork mechanism, grease it as it might be sticking when cold..
Change your unit..