Here it is. My son has this truck, 1994 Toyota T100. To put it short the clutch was about to bite the dust. It would not hold on a slight incline and power loss.
So we installed a new clutch assembly. The friction disk was about to the top of the rivets.
New pilot bearing
New pressure plate
New clutch disk
All cleaned with brake cleaner and blown dry with compressed air.
Back together and it started, but would not hit a gear and only ground trying reverse.
Shut engine off, it goes through the gears.
The slave cylinder moves the throw out bearing arm about 5/8 an inch or so.
Does anyone have any idea what the heck is going on?
Also now the engine will not even turn over. The dash lights come on, the head lights and what nots, but the starter a no go and it is only about 3 months old. Did we miss something here?