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How to get pressure back in clutch

So i have changed the clutch and slave cyliner/throw out bearing and bleed the clutch little came out but no change in the pedal

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Gently hold the front of the earring with one hand and use the thumb and forefinger of your other hand to grasp the clutch back. Roll it between your fingers while applying steady pressure backwards away from your ear-- it should come right off.-------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Posted on Dec 10, 2012

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check the actual pedal and clutch linkage.  Also look for a fitting thats emitting air into the system.

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SOURCE: Bleeding clutch slave cylinder

i think youre doing the right thing. they are very stubborn to bleed because the hyd. line goes up high across back of engine before droppiing back down to slave cyl., trapping air. could try to gravity bleed by opening bleeder at slave, cap off of master cyl, full with fluid then it may start to come out after a bit. then try your process again. or can try to bleed at connections further up the line, working your way back to bleeder. hope this helps. be patient.

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SOURCE: Bleeding Clutch slave cyliner

The best way is to gravity bleed. Open the bleeder nipple on the slave cylinder and let the fluid drip till it's steady and no bubbles. close and dopne deal. loosen reservoir cap while bleeding.
good luck

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SOURCE: new clutch not working properly really could use some help

My best guess on this, assuming that the clutch master is working and it has no air remaining in the system is that you either have the wrong throwout bearing in there or that it is installed incorrectly. Also, rare but can happen is that if the pressure plate assembly is a rebuilt one, the face has been cut too far and clearances are off.
Obviously, check everything external before taking it apart again, but that's where I think you will need to go.

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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SOURCE: i cant get pressure to my clutch pedal in my 1995

You cannot bleed these clutch hydraulics. They are meant to be a pre-bled sealed unit that you buy. You should never replace just the slave or the master. Buy them both and replace them as one unit which is already bled from the factory. Otherwise you will experience what you are describing.

Make sure you install the slave cylinder (into the transmission hole) first and then the master cylinder (pedal side) next and do not hook up the pedal until everything is installed.

If you take the slave out with the pedal attached it will extend the rod and ruin the hydraulics rendering them useless.

Posted on Feb 24, 2010

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http://www.rubicon-trail.com/4WD101/driveline-bind.html



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and the pilot bearing?
and check the front of the transmission main pilot shaft , for wobble ?
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yes you can bleed the clutch. (no if still stock)
the stock slave is sealed.
after market slaves can be put on and bled.
just like all clutch slaves can be, but are tad tricky as the bubbles want to bo up. like a motor cycle or air craft.
i gravity bleed mine.
or use 2x4 to hold clutch down and let the bubbles float out. 24hrs.

FSM skips this step, cuz its sealed system.
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/how-change-bleed-clutch-slave-cylinder-511531/

your jeep has no center differential or read prop shaft slip clutch like one year had.
so it not full time 4wd its part time.


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