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Re: 94 jeep pick up can't get the hydralic clutch bleed
Need to free flow, means to open bleed valve open and let it run down but adding fluid to till you dont see air bubbles.
use a clear pice a hose, hook it to bleeding valve and into a bottle with 1/4 full of fluid will take few tries.
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I'm assuming there is very little back pressure on the peddle, look on the firewall under the hood, there will be a fill cap similar to brake fuild master cylinder, check the levels of the fluids, I believe it it has a hyd. clutch assembly. If so fill it and bleed the system as you would brea
CHECK CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER.SOUND LIKE BRAKE FLUID LOW.IF BRAKE FLUID LOW LOOK FOR LEAKS AROUND CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER AND CHECK FOR LEAKS AROUND BRAKE LINES AND CHECK FOR LEAKS AROUND CLUTCH RELEASE CYLINDER HYDRALIC LINE FITTING. REASON PEDAL GOING TO FLOOR YOU HAVE FLUID LEAK WHICH WILL CAUSE AIR TO GET IN THE CLUTCH HYDRALIC SYSTEM. YOU HAVE TO LOCATE LEAK FIX AND BLEED THE CLUTCH HYDRALIC SYSTEM.
BRAKE FLUID IN THE CLUTCH SLAVE MASTERCYLINDER LEAK OUT OR CONTAMINATED BY IT BEING 5 YEARS I WOULD REPLACE CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER AND CLUTCH SLAVE CYLINER.PUT IN NEW BRAKE FLUID AND BLEED HYDRALIC CLUTCH SYSTEM.I WOUNDNT TRUST THE OLD UNITS FLUID CONTAMINATED AND SEALS PROBABLY SWOLLEN INSIDE CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER AND CLUTCH SLAVE CYLINDER.
Was there a problem with the way the clutch peddel pushed before this happend like pushing harder than useual or anything on that order? If not than hook the line back up and bleed it, and try it again and see what happends, your only out a little time and some break fluid. If it did than most likely there is a problem with the clutch, and no i don't think its a common problem, it could be the line just got brittle from age and let go.
There has to be a bleeder there unless someone broke it off. If so, your best option is to replace it. In order to be malfunctioning, there has to be a reason. Air just does not enter the system by itself... Either the clutch master, slave cyl or a line between the two is bad, or the clutch itself is worn. Check everything carefully before deciding upon a repair plan.