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1994 Jeep Wriangler clutch pedal going to foor

I was driving this jeep the other day and clutched to downshift for a stop and the pedal went to the floor. The pedal is acts like it is disconnected as it will flop back and forth freely when you step on it, hanging completely vertical when left alone

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  • thedad503 Jan 30, 2009

    That was my first thought. The rod is still connected to the pedal. I can hear the fluid moving in the master cylinder when the pedal is pushed but I don't know how to check if it is actuall going anywhere or if the rod is just sloshing around and the piston has given out around it or if the problem is with the slave cylinder or elsewhere down the line. Due to the total lack of feel at the pedal I'm inclined to think master cylinder but can't really afford to just swapping parts. Any more ideas would be greatly appreicated.

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Check the ear that connects to the rod that goes through the firewall to the clutch master cyl. likely it's broken.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

  • Richard Scordino Jan 30, 2009

    Never saw a master go out like that, but if linkage is intact. yes...remove the master and check insides. It is full? Unless you blew a line, I am surprised that it is swinging so freely!

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