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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-29-2005, 04:28 PM
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Trouble with my wrangler....

Hi, I have a 1994 wrangler 2.4 manual transmission... my problem is when I am in traffic or at a light and my foot is on the clutch it seems that the point at which it engages gets lower and lower to the floor untill it is the floor.. and then i can accelerate with the clutch pedal to the floor. I replaced the clutch a little over a year ago, and the jeeps only got about 60k miles on it. I tried refilling the clutch fluid and transmision fluid but the problem still exists. any ideas??
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Re: Trouble with my wrangler....

First off...Welcome!

2nd..its a 2.5L...its already need to short yourself the 0.1L!


did you properly bleed the hydraulic clutch...air in the line would cause problems like this

are you leaking the clutch hydraulic fluid?...thats be bad too

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Re: Trouble with my wrangler....

internal leak in clutch cylinder...rebuild it.
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Re: Trouble with my wrangler....

What Tincan said - the clutch master cylinder. Unless you have to add fluid regularly. Then it's the slave cylinder.
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Re: Trouble with my wrangler....

94 had the external slave, Iff you have a leak it won't be hard to spot. got to the drivers side of your tranny you will see a 6-8 inch long black plastic piece sticking out of the tranny. 2 bolts 13 mm I think, and pull it out. common leaks are the plastic housing cracks, or the internal seal. Get on this because if it is the internal it will ruin the clutch. It is a self bleeding system. Also check all your connections one year had a screwy pin that held the hose on the master cylinder and I have only seen one that did not leak.

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post #6 of (permalink) Old 12-31-2005, 03:23 PM
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Re: Trouble with my wrangler....

THANKS A LOT every one for all of your help... it is greatly appreciated.
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