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1992 YJ clutch fluid disapears.

On my 1992 wrangler YJ, I have to put fluid in the clutch master cylinder, or else it wont shift.

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    same prob I put a new cluthch master cylinder still leaks sooo i just top it up once a month!

  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2009

    I HAVE A '92 JEEP RENEGADE WITH SAME SITUATION. I ADD CLUTCH FLUID EVERY SO OFTEN B/C IT LEAKS...

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It's probably your slave cylinder. On my '89 it was located in the clutch housing. You have to take the tranny off to get access to it. This is probably why the fluid is "disappearing." I'd suggest changing the clutch while you're at. They sell kits for this at auto parts stores.

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Check for leak at the push rod for the clutch master under the dash and also the slave cylinder and replact the leaking part

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