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Corolla Sportivo Lifting Issue 2004


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hi all, i am getting the 2004 model white one too. But i just have an enquires about the gearbox at the duration of lifting and not sure if you overcome with this issue or not.

I heard my friend who own 2004 sportivo too, saying when he rap it up to 8000rpm on the 1st gear and wouldn't allow him to shift to 2nd gear till the rpm drops down to 4000rpm, is that true ? (The issue is only happened to the model in prior 2005)

Have any of you overcome with this problem ever? If so, can you suggest if there any solutions that can fix it ?

Thank you

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its a warrenty issue.

the clutch should of already been adjusted by toyota if the previous owner bought it back to them.

and as far as i know most have been adjusted

at least i think thats how it goes.

some more knowledgable person will help you out more.

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its a warrenty issue.

the clutch should of already been adjusted by toyota if the previous owner bought it back to them.

and as far as i know most have been adjusted

at least i think thats how it goes.

some more knowledgable person will help you out more.

Oldmac Toyota up here in QLD denied any knowledge of the clutch issue, or any TSB/recalls. They only adjusted the pedal inside the cabin slightly, and that reduced the clutch chatter somewhat, but the slip is still there. Mind you, my clutch would seem to be almost dead, so it's not a fair comparison. I'm hoping the Exedy HD on order will give a wider slot for the gears to go through.

Gav.

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