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Old 10-16-2005, 05:09 PM   #1
 
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Question toyota transmission problems?????

hey guys i have a 22r with dual transfercases. i just changed the clutch, master cyl, and slave cly. i took it out wheelin and after a hard day of wheelin i tryed to go up a small ledge that i normally would have no problems with and it got half way up and acted like it had no power... engine rev but no wheel spin, i let it cool down and it was fine then it warmed up again it started doing it again. i mean i can climb up a telephone pole but it is wierd. do y'all have any ideas??? i tore it all apart and the fly wheel is fine and the clutch is fine. im at a loss here. mybe i didnt bleed the clutch all the way????
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Hate to redirect you because this is a great cite. For Toyota...head over to 4x4wire.com sign up is free and they have TONS!!! of yota guys and girls that can help you out.
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clutch is slipping when it gets hot. check your pressure plate for fatigue, I know you just replaced it but that is a symptom of a bad pressure plate.

Is your clutch hydro or manual? Any binding or interference in linkage \ lines?
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Hate to redirect you because this is a great cite. For Toyota...head over to 4x4wire.com sign up is free and they have TONS!!! of yota guys and girls that can help you out.
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Did you resurface the flywheel before you put the new clutch in? I know I have screwed up a clutch real quick by not resurfacing the flywheel, eventhough it LOOKED ok to me.......

...just a thought.....if not the clutch is toast...
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Didn't want to rub you wrong. Just that the "other" cite has everything a toyota guy would ever want. I figure He would get lot more help because just about everyone drives a yota.
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the clutch is hydro and i looked at the fly wheel and im not sure if it needs to be resurfaced, i didnt get any "chatter" or vibration i heard that scuffing up the fly wheel with an emory pad might help though. the pressure plate is fine i checked that and all the bearings I changed and are brand new. i also changed the master cyl and slave cyl so they are new and i looked for anything interfering with the lines and nothing
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o yea i only have 90 hp.... a stock clutch is $70 where as a center force is $270 for two hundred dollars i think that the problem lies somewhere else! lol poor college student here!
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u didnt give it a chance to break in
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