Question about 1987 Jeep Wrangler
If you have replaced the slave unit, and bled the system, then I'd replace the master cylinder on the firewall and bleed it again.
It seems though that you are a bit week on the diagnostics end...A slave unit is bad only if it is leaking fluid or frozen from non use. A bad master, can either leak externally (usually visible where the rod goes into it on the passenger side of the firewall) or internally bypass causing the slave not to move. The line between them cannot be leaking either or nothing will work. If everything appears to be working but the clutch will not disengage it is possible that the clutch itself is bad.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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