Question about 1996 Jeep Cherokee
How do i bleed the hyd for the cltch that has a slave cylindar? I dont see any bleeder screws by the slave cylindar.
There has to be a bleeder there unless someone broke it off. If so, your best option is to replace it. In order to be malfunctioning, there has to be a reason. Air just does not enter the system by itself... Either the clutch master, slave cyl or a line between the two is bad, or the clutch itself is worn. Check everything carefully before deciding upon a repair plan.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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