Question about 2004 Jeep Liberty
How do i change a clutch master cyliner jeep liberty
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cylinder location
Standing in front of your jeep and facing the engine. The number 1 cylinder is the one closest to you on your right (the drivers side of your jeep). The middle cylinder on the drivers side is the number 3 cylinder.
Driver Side Front to back is 1-3-5
Passenger side Front to Back is 2-4-6
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
Assuming what you have outlined has been done correctly, several possibilities exist: 1. You have the wrong throwout bearing installed
2. You had the flywheel resurfaced and it is now beyond the travel limit of a hydraulic actuator arrangement. 3. You have an entirely different pressure plate finger height, or a resurfaced "rebuilt" pressure plate which is again beyond specs. (or any combination of the above)
Your problem is likely to stem from this. You changed the Pilot bearing in the end of the crankshaft, correct?
Aside from taking the entire thing apart again, the only thing I can recommend is to make sure that the clutch pedal linkage and bushings are in good condition. Anything that limits clutch pedal travel should be repaired. If you have an external slave cylinder, you might want to make a new actuator rod, a bit longer than the stock one.(it would be between slave and fork if you have one at all) If you have a hydraulic throwout bearing, there is not much you can do to help without tearing it apart!
"Though hydraulic systems are great space savers, the older fully mechanical clutch arrangements gave you far more adjustment options with which to overcome problems such as you now have.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
A special pump is used to back bleed the system. If you don't own one then you have to be patient and just keep pumping the clutch pedal until it comes back. It can take a half hour to get it back. Just depents on how much air is inside.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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