Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 02-11-2015
STARTING AND IGNITION I10 IGNITION SWn 5–6 : Closed with the ignition SW at ON or ST position 5–4 : Closed with the ignition SW at ST position C11 CLUTCH START SW (M/T) 1–2 : Closed with the clutch pedal fully depressed ST RELAY 5–3 : Closed with the clutch start SW on (M/T), Park/Neutral position SW on (A/T) and the ignition SW at ST position S1 (A), S2 (B) STARTER Points closed with the clutch start SW on and the ignition SW at ST position (M/T) Points closed with the Park/Neutral position SW at P or N position and the ignition SW at ST position (A/T)
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 04-10-2015
2005-2009 Toyota Tacoma Repair Manual provides service, repair and maintenance for 2005-2009 Toyota Tacomas. Includes everything you need to know in order to perform routine maintenance, service the engine, clutch, transmission, fuel system, lubrication system, ignition system, frame, suspension, wheels, brakes, tires and electrical system
Filed Under (skoda) by admin on 05-06-2011
Clutch drag can sometimes be the result of a distorted release arm, which flattens in use from it’s original shape. This causes the rear of the release bearing to foul on the release arm under full stroke of the pedal, restricting the travel of the release mechanism. Visual evidence of this complaint can normally be seen by contact marks on the top rear edge of the bearing, and the top edge of the aperture in the release arm, where the two components have fouled each other in use. In extreme cases, the free play in the release mechanism will be excessive, and there will be insufficient adjustment left on the slave cylinder pushrod to set to the correct dimension. Where this complaint has occurred, the release arm should be replaced to return the release arm to the original dimensions. Pushrod Location Foul Contact Point
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 05-06-2011
Release bearing noise can be audible inside the vehicle, in certain cases on the above vehicles, when the sound absorption damper is omitted from the end of the clutch cable location to the release fork. Insufficient clutch cable tension, due to a broken clutch pedal quadrant tension spring, can cause a rattle or squeal from the release bearing, due to no pre-load being applied to the release bearing, which runs in constant mesh with the diaphragm fingers of the clutch cover. The noise normally disappears when light pressure is applied to the clutch pedal. In both cases the release bearing may not be at fault.
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 04-06-2011
Introduction Some customers may complain about one of the following conditions: S Grinding during shifting S Difficulty in engaging or releasing 4WD low S Uncomfortable foot or leg position with clutch pedal fully depressed The clutch pedal assembly and the carpeting have been changed to improve the clutch pedal feel and operation. Repair Procedure A Carpet Modification 1. Remove the front door scuff plate LH. Disengage the 9 claws and remove the front door scuff plate. 3. Remove the cowl side trim board LH. A. Remove the clip. B. Disengage the 2 clips and remove the cowl side trim board. 4. Cut the carpet felt backing (padding). A. Turn over the left front portion of the floor carpet. B. Mark the position where the foam front floor pad is located before removing. NOTE: S Color of previous front floor pad (P/N 58571–04060): Cream Yellow S Color of NEW front floor pad (P/N 58571–04070): Black C. Remove the foam front floor pad from the backside of the floor carpet. D. Cut the felt padding on the backside of the floor carpet without cutting the carpet using the carpet knife adjusted only to the depth of the felt padding. Cut the felt padding in the shape shown below. 5. Replace the front floor pad. A. Clean all residue from the backside of the carpet where the floor pad was located. B. Attach the NEW front floor pad to the backside of the floor carpet. C. Confirm that the square raised section on the foam pad is in the same position as the original to ensure proper alignment. 6. Cut the dash panel insulator. Dash Panel Insulator 7. Return the carpet to its former position. 8. Go to Repair Procedure B, “Clutch Pedal Replacement.” Clutch Pedal Replacement 1. Record all radio presets before starting. 2. Disconnect the negative (–) battery terminal cable. 3. Remove the clutch pedal sub–assembly. NOTE: Steps 3A – 3B can be skipped if Repair Procedure A was just performed. A. Remove the front door opening trim LH (scuff plate). B. Remove the cowl side trim board. C. Remove the instrument panel finish panel lower No. 1. E. Remove the turnover (compression) spring. F. Remove the bolt attached to the instrument panel reinforcement assembly. G. Remove the clutch pedal sub–assembly. a. Remove the bolt and nut. b. Remove the clutch pedal from the clutch pedal support.