I'm a 70 year old DIY that bought a then new 2005 TC for my son. Fast forward 15 years later I traded my Camry with his Scion. 3 weeks ago and 317,000+ miles the clutch started acting up. I couldn't get in gear less I turned off the car. Even when I start it with it in 1st gear and fully depressed the clutch, I can feel the car ever so slightly moving forward. Only way it can do that is if the pressure plate is not pulled back all the way. I changed the Primary and secondary slave cylinder with a 1/4 inch push rod, but still doing the same thing. Only two other possibility would be a bent fork and a worn surface on the throw out bearing or/and the contact to the "fingers of the pressure plate. So it's a clutch job on the TC and getting "phyched" up for it. Did I mention 3 weeks ago I started... did I also mention I just turned 70. Today I just split apart the engine and tranny... tomorrow I will be dropping the tranny, taking the pressure plate off, and installing the new pressure plate. Oops forgot I have to buy 6 new bolts, recommended not to use the old ones for more accurate torquing.