First off, you would have 2 totally different feeling problems. If it is the slave cyl., and expand that to anything with the clutch hydraulics from which you would then need to determine which component, master, lines, slave etc., the failure normally happens very quickly and results in there being no resisitance on the clutch pedal when pressed and can be seen by no movement at the fork that presses against the clutch/pressure plate. If that is true, start looking for hydro oil leaks and you will probably find the suspect component. (The fluid is probably low too). Somethings fail without a leak. Testing for pressure, as the clutch is depressed, at the line coming into the slave, can show if it is the master or the slave. (Pressure at the slave, from the master indicates a good master, and pressure getting to the slave but no motion after it indicates bad slave). Replacing the master or slave, or a broken/pinched line is fairly straight forward. Like anything on the Hydo system, you need to be very clean, and bleed the entire system after. (Rebuild kits for the cylinders are frequently avail at great savings to getting a new unit, and depending on the unit, not to hard to do). A clutch goes bad over a period of time. Generally, it doesn't fail completely, until late in the game anyway. You should have noticed difficulty in getting into gears, possibly some sounds developng over time. If you have found that even when in gear and you give gas to accelerate that the engine starts reving, or that going up hill you need seem to be not getting the power to the wheels, that is a good sign of a bad clutch. Replacing a clutch, which should always include the clutch /pressure plate /throw out bearing at the least, is a many step procedure, and depends on the vehicle, can even entail lifting the motor. It is a rather physical job too and almost always requires some alignment tools made for the task.
No, changing the timing belt on a Toyota Highlander 4 cylinder is not difficult. You will need to remove the skid plate from under the vehicle to access the belt more easily.
Maximum 90K miles.
sometimes it is working but after few seconds it is stopping
The most common problem with a 94 Toyota Camry 4 cylinder is the fuel pump not properly working. This causes the fuel to stop at certain points and makes the engine stall.
Have you checked you heater control valve or heater core if working properly.
Where is the oil filter on a 6 cylinder Toyota camery? Where is the oil filter on a 6 cylinder Toyota camery?
no u will have to change the motor mounts
If the engine is fuctioning properly try disconnecting the ground battery terminal for 1 minute. If the engine is fuctioning properly and this does not cure your needs. It will have to be reset by a mechanic with a diagnostic machine for Toyota.
Changing wheel bearings on a Toyota RAV4 is similar to other vehicles. After properly and safely removing the tire, the cowling should be removed giving access to the bearings. Be sure to clean the housing area and properly pack the bearings.
It appears that Toyota does not offer a six cylinder Corolla. The corolla is a four cylinder vehicle. It is possible however, that Toyota has offered a six cylinder as special option in the Corolla.
No, you cannot.
The Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) shows for the 2.2 liter four cylinder engine in a 1997 Toyota Camry : ( they recommend changing the timing belt at 60,000 miles severe )
So many answers to such a vague question. Clutch is worn out, clutch cylinder not working, release bearing seized, out of adjustment. How about some details?
8.9 Quarts for a 1980 Toyota Pickup with a 20R.
No , the 2.4 litre four cylinder engine in a 2007 Toyota Camry has a timing CHAIN
The light is on usually because of damaged wiring or one of abs sensors is not working properly.
No,but it comes in 6 cylinder,I think.
The firing order on a 1980 Toyota 4-cylinder is 1, 3, 2, 4. The distributor goes in a clockwise direction.
videos on how do you set the timing mark on a 2000 Toyota Camry Solara 2.2 liter , 4 cylinder
There are a number of reasons why your Toyota Previa will not start. You should ensure that the battery is working properly, that the engine is able to pump fuel and if you cannot resolve the problem, you should call a mechanic.
If you have installed the gasket properly and cylinders 1 and 2 are working. It seems that both coils work or distributor. Make sure that you did not swap spark plug wires for 3 and 4 cylinders.
A 1994 Toyota 22r 4 cylinder has 116 horsepower. Prior to this, the horsepower was between 100 and 108 for other Toyota engines.