Toyota came out with a Technical Service Bulletin for this issue. It consists of a new Clutch, Pressure Plate, Clutch Fork Ball Stud, Slave Cylinder, Clutch Master Cylinder and all new Lines. There's multiple problems here. One is the old Fluid, it gets dirty/old and doesn't work well. Hence the Clutch Master and Line replacement. The other is the Slave Cylinder and Clutch Fork Pivot Stud. They are both slightly longer. This helps to push the pedal back up from the floor. What I wound up doing was replacing my Clutch and Pressure Plate with ones that are heavier duty. I also used a Sleeve on the Transmission Release Bearing Snout. The Snout is made of Aluminum just like the Transmission Case. Over time it gets grooves and becomes sticky/grabby. A Stainless Steel Sleeve helps allow the Release Bearing do it's job, release.