Clutch

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ADJUSTMENT 2-2

AIR BLEEDING 2-3

CLUTCH PEDAL 2-4

CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER 2-6

CLUTCH RELEASE CYLINDER 2-12

CLUTCH UNIT & RELEASE BEARING 2-16

Toyota Clutch Pedal

ADJUSTMENT

CLUTCH PEDAL

1. Loosen the lock nut (2) and the push rod

2. Adjust the pedal height by turning the stop bolt (1).

Pedal height from toe-boad: (w/brake booster)

FJf BJ, HJ6 _ series

(w/o brake booster) FJ4 _ series

Loosen the lock nut (2), and adjust the push rod play by turning the push rod (3). Push rod play at pedal top: 1.0 - 5.0 mm (0.039 - 0.197 in.)

For BJ Series 1 23

Toyota Hilux Clutch Adjustment

RELEASE CYLINDER

1. Adjust the play at release fork tip by loosening the lock nut (2), and turning the push rod No.1 (3) with a spanner while holding the push rod No.2 (1) with a suitable tool.

Release fork end play

2. Check the pedal freeplay at the pedal top.

Pedal freeplay: 30 - 50 mm

AIR BLEEDING

If any work is performed on the clutch system or air enters in the clutch line, bleed the air.

Be careful not to allow any fluid to get on painted surfaces.

Fig. 2-6

1. Fill the master cylinder reservoir with clean brake fluid.

When bleeding, do not allow the fluid in the master cylinder reservoir to become depleted.

2. Attach a vinyl tube to the release cylinder bleeder plug, and insert the other end into a container.

3. Depress the clutch pedal several times, and then while holding it depressed, loosen the bleeder plug about one-third to one-half turn. When the fluid pressure in the cylinder is almost depleted retighten the plug. Repeat this operation until there are no more air bubbles in the system.

When there are no more bubbles, hold the clutch pedal depressed and tighten the bleeder plug.

Then install the bleeder plug cap. After completing the bleeding operation, apply fluid pressure onto the pipe line and check for leakage.

Replenish the fluid in the reservoir to the specified level.

CLUTCH PEDAL

REMOVAL

Remove the parts in the numerical order shown in the figure.

1. Spring

2 Clip or Cotter Pin

3. Push Rod Pin

4 Pedal Shaft

5. Bushing, Collar & Pedal

1. Spring

2 Clip or Cotter Pin

3. Push Rod Pin

4 Pedal Shaft

5. Bushing, Collar & Pedal

INSPECTION

Inspect the parts for wear or damage.

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