OK....1st off i'm confused as a baby in a topless bar!!! Let's see, if you put the trans in 1st gear....tc in nuetral (not off) and you smell the clutch burning?? I think your smelling the clutch burning from B4....not now. Think about it, 1st gear....nuetral t-case= zero resistance for the clutch to slip/burn up. Something's not right, or you're just confused.....I wish I could be more helpray zapanta said:
tc was shifted to off and i could smell the clutch. same smell as
putting the trans to 1st gear, tc on neutral and release the
clutch. rig does not move but clutch is burning.
It's only a little plastic resivoir, the rod from the pedal goes in the back of it and that's where mine was leaking fromOOP'S said:Please explain how fluid leaking from the slave cylinder is going to leak in by the pedal!!!! Inquiring minds need to know!!!!
If that is the case, then something internal has to be binding or just plain fawked to smoke a clutch under no load. What about when your tc is in a gear and your moving???? Does it still smoke the clutch??ray zapanta said:trans on 1st gear, tc on neutral and i released the clutch. smell came out. this is what i said when i was in rubicon. thanx
ray zapanta said:oil is leaking from the mc shaft that is bolted to the clutch pedal.
replacing the mc is the to go. i just checked other posts about
it and dual reservoir and thick booster from other models are the
way to go. thanx for all the responses.
ray zapanta said:smell only on 4 low. gonna test it again tomorrow if clutch burns.
I know what a Master Cylinder is and where it is located but this is how toyotaboy answered "either that or a slave cyl" and I am still trying to figure out how the fluid from the "SLAVE CYLINDER" is going to make it to the MC rod and leak into the cab, please explain this to me!!!!! In the fifty years I have wrenched I have never seen fluid climb up hill and leak inside!!!!!suspect said:
It's only a little plastic resivoir, the rod from the pedal goes in the back of it and that's where mine was leaking from