Question about 1988 Jeep Cherokee
Wont go into gear with engine running, clutch fluid low and black, needs changed?
Clutch and brake fluid should be change every couple of years, Since the fluid does attract moisture, and degrade the efficiency of the brake and clutch action.
Posted on May 19, 2009
There is a bleeder valve located above the slave cylinder inlet on the side of the trans. you will need a length of clear tubing and a bottle to drain into, as well as a bottle of fresh dot3 brake fluid, and a small end wrench or pair of pliers. cover the end of the bleeder valve with the tubing and put the other end into a small amount of brake fluid in your fluid catching container. loosen the bleeder valve and unscrew the master cylinder cap. top off the resevoir and pump the pedal twice, add more fluid. repeat until fluid is clean and clear. close the valve and top off the fluid, replace the cap and you are ready to roll, this should be done annually for elongated hydraulic system life. (brakes as well, bleeder valve on the back of callipers)
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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