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Old 09-24-2014, 08:39 AM   #1
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TSB for Clutch pedal Squeak/Creak 2005-14

FYI - here is a new TSB for a complaint, Clutch pedal Squeak/Creak they just revised it on Sept 10th 2014... added model years 2012-14 and also updated to included 2007-2012 the old TSB was TC004-06
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I just had my clutch pedal and master cylinder replaced, old clutch pedal started squeeking but it had no play in it and was really tight. I could slam those gears like a race car, it was awesome. now new setup is soft and spongy, I am waiting for clutch to return to shift, I cannot hit those gears like I used to. Toyota said old style setup was no good this is a good fix, but I miss my heavy duty like pedal with my 6 speed manual
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I assume TSB repairs are done under warranty for free.It is interesting they included 2007 to 09.
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Old 10-22-2014, 11:24 AM   #4
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I just had my clutch pedal and master cylinder replaced, old clutch pedal started squeeking but it had no play in it and was really tight. I could slam those gears like a race car, it was awesome. now new setup is soft and spongy, I am waiting for clutch to return to shift, I cannot hit those gears like I used to. Toyota said old style setup was no good this is a good fix, but I miss my heavy duty like pedal with my 6 speed manual
I also did notice that the pedal is softer now, but not any less strong. Im still chirpin 33"s grabbin 2nd when im in that kinda mood Kinda just gotta do the stomp and lift hard like its a fuggin chevelle lol
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Well, add another TSB that I'm going to take to the dealer.
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Old 10-31-2014, 08:35 AM   #7
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I hope they issued this for the Canadian market as well. Mines passing me off and the side to side play is getting worse.

I had mine done under warranty last year. It was way worse in the winter. 6 months of the year in Alberta lol
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I just had my clutch pedal and master cylinder replaced, old clutch pedal started squeeking but it had no play in it and was really tight. I could slam those gears like a race car, it was awesome. now new setup is soft and spongy, I am waiting for clutch to return to shift, I cannot hit those gears like I used to. Toyota said old style setup was no good this is a good fix, but I miss my heavy duty like pedal with my 6 speed manual

Hmmm… I just found out about this. My pedal doesn't squeak and there's no play in it. Should I just leave it alone? It works fine as is.

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2014, 7 months old, 6.5K miles... going to have to take it in... really agitating. Every depress and return it groans and creaks

http://www.toyotapart.com/TSB-0186-1...ueak-Noise.pdf
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Went to dealer today. They instantly ordered the parts per the TSB. Will call to schedule appt. when parts are in.
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Honestly, if you give the white plastic bit that is behind the clutch (in front of with regards to the front of the truck) a twist or partial rotation, your creak may dissappear. Try it, solved mine.
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I'll grab photos or a video tomorrow if you need it. I can't remember which of the dozens of threads covering this topic contained that little morsel. Been 4 months of cold winter and the creak is gone.
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Old 01-30-2015, 05:54 AM   #13
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I've been doing that trick, multiple times a day, everyday since Sept... It's a god damn joke.

The problem is, for me at least. My truck sits in a cool garage when it's hot out. Then it's in a warm garage when it's cold out. The clutch master cylinder casing is made of plastic... it doesn't like those thermal changes when I go in and out of the garage.

The last few days it will do it on every up and down of the pedal's stoke... its loud as hell. People can hear it over the bluetooth
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Honestly, if you give the white plastic bit that is behind the clutch (in front of with regards to the front of the truck) a twist or partial rotation, your creak may dissappear. Try it, solved mine.
This. Solved my problem years and years ago and hasn't been an issue since.
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This. Solved my problem years and years ago and hasn't been an issue since.
Doesn't do it for me
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yea that fix only works on certain trucks for whatever reason. my 2010 it worked and i never touched it again, my 2013 it would last anywhere from 10 mins to half a day. I got the tsb in september and ive had not a squeak since
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yea that fix only works on certain trucks for whatever reason. my 2010 it worked and i never touched it again, my 2013 it would last anywhere from 10 mins to half a day. I got the tsb in september and ive had not a squeak since
I'm hoping it does the trick as well as they adjust the CMC rod properly.
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