Toyota Pick-ups, Land Cruiser, and 4 Runner 1997-00

Adjustments

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PEDAL HEIGHT



The pedal height measurement is gauged from the angled section of the floorboard to the center of the clutch pedal pad. If necessary, adjust the pedal height by loosening the locknut and turning the pedal stop bolt, which is located above the pedal toward the driver's seat. Tighten the locknut after the adjustment.



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Fig. Pedal height and pushrod play adjustments

  1. The pedal height from the floor panel is as follows:

    4Runner: 6.8897.283 in. (175.0185.0mm)
     
    T100: 6.0876.480 in (154.6164.6mm)
     
    Tacoma: 6.6927.086 in (170.0180.0mm)
     
    Tundra: 6.3036.697 in. (160.1170.1mm)
     

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FREE-PLAY



Check the pedal free-play to see if it is correct: push in on pedal until the beginning of the clutch resistance is felt. If there is a lot of free-play, make adjustment.

To adjust, loosen the locknut and turn the pushrod until the free-play is correct. Tighten the locknut. After adjusting the free-play, check the pedal height.



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Fig. Free-play is the amount of pedal movement before the clutch engages

  1. Pedal free play should be as follows:

    4Runner: 0.1970.591 in. (5.015.0mm)
     
    T100: 0.1970.591 in. (5.015.0mm))
     
    Tacoma: 0.1970.591 in. (5.015.0mm)
     
    Tundra: 0.1970.591 in. (5.015.0mm)
     

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PEDAL PUSHROD PLAY



The pedal pushrod play is the distance between the clutch master cylinder piston and the pedal pushrod, located above the pedal towards the firewall. Since it is nearly impossible to measure this distance at the source, it must be measured at the pedal pad.

If necessary, adjust the pedal play by loosening the pedal pushrod locknut and turning the pushrod.

  1. Pedal push rod free play should be as follows:

    4Runner: 0.00390.197 in. (1.05.0mm)
     
    T100: 0.00390.197 in. (1.05.0mm)
     
    Tacoma: 0.00390.197 in. (1.05.0mm)
     
    Tundra: 0.00390.197 in. (1.05.0mm)
     

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