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These jeeps have an hydraulic system with a master cylinder up top and a hydraulic line leading down to a slave cylinder. You likely have a leak somewhere and your hydraulic fluid is gone.

Posted on Dec 12, 2010

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My 99 jeep wrangler has a load banging when im in reverise but goes away when i bush the cluch in i feel the hammering in the bellhouse but not in the gearbox?


Sounds like a clutch pressure plate or clutch disc problem. One of them may have a broken spring. You will probably need to renew the clutch.

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1989 wrangler 4.2 litre engine wont idle


my 1989 jeep wrangler would not idle and come to find out it was a little filter cloth inside the fuel tank that was on the end of the pickup tube going to the fuel filter. It was clogged up and when the engine was started it would just suck in and cut off fuel flow. My mechanic removed the filter cloth from the tube and the jeep runs great. It really does not need to be there because the fuel line has a filter on it. I hope this helps , I know for me it was very frustrating trying to figure this problem out.

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After changing transmission and clutch in 91 Wrangler, clutch goes to floor. Tried bleeding line but didn't work.


The clutch should go to the floor =) But if it's not disengaging the clutch disk, there's definitely a problem between the pedal and the clutch disk. I'm guessing you have a hydraulic clutch?

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1989 jeep wrangler starts jumping and backfiring


Start with the basics...meaning check the spark plug wires and spark plugs. While under the hood, inspect all hoses for a vacuum leak(s). Then turn the ignition key on-off-on-off- on...leave in the on position and write down the number of flashes the check engine light indicates....2 flashes = #2....pause.....3 flashes = #3.
Let start from here. Are you able to perform engine repairs or diagnostics???

Jan 17, 2010 | 1989 Jeep Wrangler

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1989 jeep wrangler wont shift gear and clutch gone loose


Get the clutch slave cylinder and master cylinder looked at.One of the 2 has failed.If the pedal goes to the floor or is very loose,this is very likely the cause.Not an expensive fix.Hope this helps

Jan 10, 2010 | 1989 Jeep Wrangler

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I am looking for a color code vaccuum lines for the 89 jeep wrangler 4.2 engine with ac.


All my vacuum and related hoses are black.Look under the hood, if no one has removed it there's a diagraham of where everything goes.

Apr 03, 2009 | 1989 Jeep Wrangler

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I have a 1989 Jeep Wrangler 4X4 standard can I make it into an Automatic?


Yes you can. You would have to get the correct tranny for it and all the linkage to the tranny and the floor shifter. You should just keep the manual tranny. It will serve you better and for more miles than an automatic. The cost to switch to an auto would not be worth the price. Most people would rather have a manual in a jeep if they use it for it's intended purpose.

Feb 26, 2009 | 1989 Jeep Wrangler

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1989 electrical problem


your starter has a bilt in voltege regulater change your starter selunoyed

Feb 25, 2009 | 1989 Jeep Wrangler

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