Question about 1997 Jeep Wrangler
I just started the jeep after it was sitting all summer and now it will not go into gear at all.. When i put it up for the summer, it worked great. no leaks are present and fluid is at good levels. Does the system need to be bled if it has been sitting for a long time? and how do i do this?
It is possible that it lost fluid so just crack the bleeder vavle till fluild comes out, once it comes out close bleeder valce and try to move pedal. if it does not move then get a second person to push pedal all the way to the floor then open bleeder valve until you get solid fluid flowing out of it. then lock the bleader valve and see if the clutch push rod will move.If it does not move then the seals on the master or slave have gone bad and recommend replacing both at the same time.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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