Question about 1995 Jeep Wrangler
I have an 87 jeep wrangler and recently the clutch lost pressure and I was unable to shift into any gear. I bled the clutch, and that helped a little, but it's still difficult to get into gear, especially reverse. Also, the clutch is only engaging with the pedal almost to the floor, and even then, its only barely engaging. There is no pressure in the pedal until it engages and very little at the bottom of the pedal travel.
Your clutch system works the same as brakes do. The necessity to bleed tells you that there is a malfunction permitting air into the system. Check where the pedal rod goes into the firewall under the dash, the line itself, and the slave unit (some are inside the bellhousing...look for fluid dripping from bottom to verify if leaking) Not unlike brake master, they can also internally bypass. If you find no leaks, change master. Bleed system and you should be fine
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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