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I have a 1991 jeep wrangler the clutch fluid keeps getting real low

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It sounds like your slave clutch or your clutch plate is wore out !

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Clutch fluid level droppin means that ur clutch master cylinder is leaking,u can check by looking inside car where pushrod goes thru firewall to see if its wet with brake fluid where rod comes thru wall inside car, a wet ,stained carpet.the other possibility is ur clutch slave cylinder located at side of ur transmission,usually drvr side is leaking fluid.if this is the case u will notice clear brake fluid at the bottom center of ur trans,right where it butts up towards ur engine. anyhow its a good idea to replace both pieces at same time to avoid any further issues with clutch pedal. good luck hope this helps

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  • troynaquin18 May 01, 2011

    Hay tks a lt i rly prate yr asr

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