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post #1 of 60 (permalink) Old December 7th, 2004, 20:46 Thread Starter
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clutch pedal mod

i replace the the pin(90240-08071 = $.90) and bushing(90386-08033 = $1.07) in my clutch pedal tonight. i was trying to fix the clutch pedal sqeak problem. i took the old pin out and it was worn almost in half! and the bushing was dead. i put the new pin and bushing in and it feels like a new car just something i thought would be a good mod. to post about . it only took 5 minutes (max) to install. it fixed the sqeak and my clutch pedal feels better now
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really? My squeak annoys the hell outta me!

Thanks for the info.
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do those parts come with a new master cylinder by any chance?
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really? My squeak annoys the hell outta me!

Thanks for the info.
just FYI: The squeak may not be coming from the pedal but reather the fork in the tranny...
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Wow only $2. It's worth it to give it a try. Thz for the info.
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where does this go?
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if you lay on your head ....... and follow you clutch pedal up ...the first thing is the adjusting rod ... the pin is what connects it(adj. rod) to the actual pedal .... took only a few minutes to install... if you lay on your head it is pretty easy to see the part. my clutch pedal is actually smooth now my car is a 91 and has a few miles on it and my pin was worn to about half the size of the new one! i can take pics of the parts and location if needed. im glad it doesnt sqeak anymore!!!!
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i have that annoying problem also, but haven't had time to check it out.
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hybrid - know exactly where you were talking about thanks! i was just confused as to if it was inside the cabin or if you were talking about the tob and retainer clip inside the bell housing of the tranny (but that would only take 5 mins if you had the tranny sitting on the floor )
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i replace the the pin(90240-08071 = $.90) and bushing(90386-08033 = $1.07) in my clutch pedal tonight. i was trying to fix the clutch pedal sqeak problem. i took the old pin out and it was worn almost in half! and the bushing was dead. i put the new pin and bushing in and it feels like a new car just something i thought would be a good mod. to post about . it only took 5 minutes (max) to install. it fixed the sqeak and my clutch pedal feels better now
Bastards at Toyota They told me you could not buy the pin separate from the entire clutch pedal assembly for $600.00

No...I did not pay the $600 I told them to cram it and went to Home Depot and bought a bolt and took it to a machine shop to have it cut down to the exact size of the old worn pin.

What is the bushing part number for?? Is there supposed to be something else in the hole? Mine does not.
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it is a plastic bushing. to prevent metal on metal contact(sqeak). i ordered the parts from partznet.com
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OMG!!! i think this is the best thread ever!!! i hate that annoying clutch squeak!! thank you!! i praise you, lol!! ima do this tomorrow!! for sure! is it a part thats always in TOYOTA STOCK? or is it special ordeR?
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i dont know if they have it in stock or not. i am sure that my local dealer does not stock it (but i live in MS not Cali.) i order mine from partznet.com it was hear in about a week or so....
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So its a pretty self explanitory install? You look down there and you got it.....?
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oh yea it is easy. 5 minutes if you take your time
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Doesn't anyone read the information and how-to articles on www.mr2.com anymore?

This is the second thread today I've seen where the desired information was readily available on that site. I realize that it's old, and doesn't get updated much anymore, but considering how old these cars are, a lot of the information there is still valid.

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do those parts come with a new master cylinder by any chance?
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that is where i got the part numbers i was simply posting that it fixed the problem and others should try it ....
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I know Hybrid, I didn't mean you.

Deez, I don't know for sure, but I highly doubt it. They're nowhere near the master cylinder, so I don't see why Toyota would include them.

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the parts also cost 0.99 and 1.09. I doubt you can get a master cylinder for that price.
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