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1997 jeep wrangler, tonight the clutch popped up and became extremly hard, and peddle comes way up under the dash now. It bearly goes into gear. Where do I start to find a way to fix this?

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Sounds like the pressure plate went south you will have to pull the transmission and change the clutch and pressure plate

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