Question about 1991 Jeep Wrangler
4 cylinder engine 5 speed
If replacing just the fluid, you should gravity bleed it by opening the valve at the side of the transmission where the line goes in to connect with the slave cylinder. Be sure to stand by and keep the tiny reservoir from going empty during bleeding, or you just make things worse. Assume you replaced parts. Is this right or wrong?
Or are you just trying to restore performance in a poorly operating system? Would help TONS to know these details, and how much you know about bleeding, etc. If you are trying to bleed a new slave cylinder, it can take 600 to 1800 pumps of the clutch pedal sometimes to clear it out manually. If you want instructions on how to bleed in with vacuum assistance, please post request comment to that effect.
Talk to you soon. TT
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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