Having problems with your 1990 Toyota Camry ?

This happened about a year ago and all we did was bleed the line. Last time though, i just pumped the clutch and it would pressurize long enough for me to get home. This time it wont pressurize when i pump. It will go into gear when the car is off, but not on. Pleaaase help me. Any other details just ask. People keep telling me slave cylinder, and if so, how hard is that to change yourself??

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 23-04-2018

Answers :

Having to pump the clutch means there is air in the system, caused by a leak. Now it appears nearly all the clutch fluid has gone.

The leak could be in either the master cylinder, slave cylinder, or a hole in the line between.

With the car the age it is, I would put an overhaul kit (rubbers etc) in both cylinders, and inspect the line inch by inch for signs of a hole. You should be able to also buy the cylinders complete if you want, say from eBay.

Although for a later model, this should assist you

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