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Leaked out all clutch fluid and clutch is out

1989 jeep cherokee leaked out all clutch fluid and clutch is out can not drive

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You must replace the hydraulic slave cylinder for the clutch to work again, it is not as expensive as you may think but if you have never done this type of work before I would not recomend it unless you acquire a haynes repair manual and the reqiured tools to remove the old one reinstall the new and bleed out the air from the system.

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