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I have a 1990 Jeep Wrangler with a 6 cylinder engine. I checked my clutch reservoir and noticed it was dry. I looked at the book for repairs and it stated that the line needed to be bleeded. After bleeding the line, the clutch still went right to the floor board with no resistance and it cannot be shifted into gear. Can anyone help me with some suggestions.


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You might also look under the floor mat or carpet on the driver's side for oil. Mine did that and ended up being a bad seal on the master cylinder. The mechanic who replaced the clutch and slave cylinder tried for 2 days to bleed the system before he found that out.
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