I have a 1986 Toyota Camry that I bought for $125. I have no expertise with cars everything I know I learned from having crap cars. This car has been very good to me for the price I bought it for. I drove it for a year with no additional problems than when I bought it. I replaced the clutch when I bought it. However, It recently has had a new problem. The clutch pedal is going directly to the floor with no effort whatsoever. When this happened in the past it was simply out of clutch fluid, I was aware of the leak when I bought the car. Now it doesn’t seem to be using any at all and I can only put it in gear when it is turned off. I have replaced the clutch master cylinder myself and it didn’t seem to solve the problem. I have tried to bleed the new master cylinder but no fluid is being drawn into the master cylinder from the fill cup on the top of it. I’m not even sure that this is the problem. I noticed that the place where the MC is attached to the clutch pedal is adjustable. Could this be a matter of adjusting this to drive the plunger inside the MC all the way forward? I am also having trouble understanding the whole clutch system. The MC doesn’t seem to have anything to do with engaging or disengaging the clutch. The only thing it attaches to is the clutch pedal. Where does the clutch fluid go? Is there another place to fill Manual transmission fluid?
Sorry this was so long. I appreciate any help at all. And please forgo posting any “your car is crap” or “Just junk it” posts, for those of you who don’t know what forgo means. It means do without.