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Sometimes I have to double clutch to get my 1991 Cherokee Sport 4.0 to shift. It is always a little rough, but sometimes won't go into gear and I have to pump the clutch and it will go in. Also, sometimes when I start the Jeep, it is like the clutch is not all the way engaged and the truck will jump a little.

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Does your truck use a hydraulic clutch assembly? if so, you may have to bleed the master cylinder at the slave cylinder near the bell housing of your tranny.

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