1998 Jeep Wrangler • 4 cylinder 4WD Manual • 85,000 miles
Clutch went out and tried putting brake fluid but all leaked out under the car
August 24, 2011.
August 24, 2011.
Ok sorry one more question do I just need to buy the slave cylinder or anything else?
First see if that is what is leaking then yes slave cylinder is all needs replaced
I was doing some more research online and one person said that after 92 jeep wranglers have to replace the whole clutch system? That the slave cylinder is not one piece and has to be replaced all at once
Not so older models yes after Chrysler took over no. Advance Auto has for $61.99 part # 360047
Thanks I figured it out the hose that connects to the slave cylinder is broken does this still mean I need a whole new slave cylinder or can I just buy a hose
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