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What if anything will slow or temporarily stop a clutch leak on slave cly of 94 wrangler

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Nothing but new slave cyl, this is under extreme pressures, and no tape or patch will stop the pressure from bursting the leak out again. sorry!

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Nothing really. I have heard guys using gear oil as a temp fix, provided you're going to replace it in near future. They're not that expensive or difficult to change, be safe friend and change it,

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