My clutch

Asked by Sep 19, 2016 at 06:53 PM about the 1991 Toyota Celica GT Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a hydraulic clutch and it stopped fully
engaging. I checked the fluids and all over but it
will just randomly come back and work fine. And if
I drive I can push my clutch in and still put some
power to the wheels I can't figure out what's
wrong?

7 Answers

113,535

That could be a sign of a weakness in the pressure plate, or the slave cylinder is scored internally and causes a pressure drop in one certain area of the stroke.

What would be the best way to troubleshoot the problem without dropping the tranny

30,045

look for any leaks..bleed air out of system also..

21,670

Maybe a bad clutch master cylinder like a bad master cylinder leaking past the seals sometimes it works and sometimes not or like tennisshoes says a bad slave cylinder.

113,535

Well the other two beat me to it.

I have 92 Toyota Celica and hyadrolixc clutch and it want pull so what is it

113,535

So I think you mean that it won’t move the car. If that is the case then it’s time for a clutch kit, and don’t forget to have the flywheel turned.

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