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Clutch Pedal to Floor

Just got 'the call' from my daughter; the clutch pedal just goes right to the floor-no resistance at all-stuck in gear-does'nt this sound like the clutch master cylinder is out of fluid? No fluid leak in vehicle, so she says.Vehicle is 1991 YJ

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  • bleeditout09 Nov 13, 2008

    Just replaced a buddies whole clutch on his 1991 and put everything back together. Now leaks like hell from the clutch. Did we forget to do something with the slave cylinder? We put a new one in. Kit came with 4 o-rings but there are only 2 lines so my common sense said only 2 are needed. Put the new o-ring on the lines and pushed line into slave cylinder and put the "U" shaped retaining clip back in. Did I miss something? Thanks!

  • j-ormonde Mar 08, 2009

    i have a 91 jeep wrangler, and the clutch pedal falls to the floor.fluid was low so i added some but made no difference

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    Master/slave clutch assembly replaced 2 years ago. Recently all clutch pedal resistance suddenly disappears, remains stuck in gear, no disengagement, impossible to select/change gear. After a stalled stop, clutch action is restored until the next time it happens. Fluid levels fine, no leaks. When it works it is perfect, then all of a sudden, clutch to the floor.

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