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hipkat
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hipkat Apr 17, 11:54am - #444067 

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1992 Toyota Celica GT

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Arlington, Texas
clutch question

I just had the fun of installing a clutch in my girlfriends 1992 celica gt and I have to say it was pretty fun. Anyway my question is I have everything istalled and put back together but when it is running it will not let me engage any gears. Now I know most of the possibilities but is there a way to narrow it down. I am hoping it's in my pedal adjustment but it seems to me that my fork and throw-out bearing any suggestions or answers would be very much appreciatiated. Thanks

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sakara
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sakara Apr 17, 6:51pm - #444068 

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1990 Toyota Alltrac

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could be either the clutch master cylinder or clutch master cylinder are messed up... or you could have forgotten to connect something right... let me tell ya, installing a clutch on an st, gt or gts is cake... on an all trac, you gotta drop the engine, lol

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hipkat
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hipkat Apr 18, 6:48pm - #444069 

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1992 Toyota Celica GT

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Arlington, Texas
Hey thanks for the input on this. I just got back to town today and I'm going to figure this out. If you think of anything else please let me know. Once again thanks!! bolt
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hipkat
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hipkat Apr 19, 4:49am - #444070 

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1992 Toyota Celica GT

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Arlington, Texas
Hey Thanks for the input on this I will figure it out but the more looking into it I do I think I have to pull everything again either my clutch disc isn't sitting right or my release bearing isn't hitting right. Either way I will figure it out. I was just trying to find an easier way. bolt
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