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Hello I have a 1993 Jeep Wrangler 6cyl. I was driving it today and there was some play in the clutch pedal, it went and stayed to the floor as if it lost pressure. I was able to get it home and now there is no pressure at all. I have bled it, and nothing. I cant shift into any gears due to the clutch. Could it be a master or slave cyl. gone out? Please help, Thank you.

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  • Kerrell Johnson Jul 03, 2009

    The master cyl. isnt leaking, and is full. There are no leaks anywhere. When I got home and checked the fluid in it (After it happened) there was still fluid in it.

  • Kerrell Johnson Jul 03, 2009

    There is no fluid leaking from anywhere. When I made it home (After this happened) I checked the fluid in the master cyl, and it still had fluid in it. I hope it's something like that, easy to get to. I'd hate to drop the tranny if it where the slave lol.

  • Kerrell Johnson Jul 03, 2009

    Well... I put a new master cylinder on it today, and bled it and it is still doing the same thing. The guy at AutoZone told me that the Master and Slave work simultaneously and that usually when one goes, so does the other. I figured it would be the Throwout Bearing, but there would still be clutch, just wouldnt be able to shift. I still have no clutch so I figure it's gotta be the slave as well. I hope.

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It's possible the master cylinder could be it, if it were the slave cylinder you'd be losing clutch fluid.. Are you losing the fluid too?

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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    M. Colin DeWitt Jul 03, 2009

    I'm thinking clutch master cylinder. If it is that then fortunately it's usually easier to get to. Good luck

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