See my profile....I answer alot of the CJ stuff
IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING, DURING THE BLEEDING PROCEDURE.....(Some people should be locked away from wrenches and tools.....and beat on, daily)
My Step-Daughters "Chump", I call him "Mr. Atari" (he has Real World Capabilities as a Video Game Player....this really does him some good....when Normal Everyday Crap (NES) Hits the fan!!!
His Idea (needs a Frontal Labotomy) for bleeding my step-daughters brakes was:
Open the bleeders--Pump the pedal 20 or so times...then close the bleeders.
Even at this......he did not test (nor knew what the brakes SHOULD feel like.
My step-daughter (smart one too!!!) drove away (FIXED...HA HA HA HA HA HA !!!!!!)....she should be, if she is gonna MATE with this loser!
Had it not been for a Stopped car...a Swerve....ditch and friction.....this story might have had a terrible ending.
Too Bad, Mr. Atari did not take it on a High Speed Test Run!
HE HAS BEEN BANNED FROM ANY FLUID FILL OR REPAIR ON HER RIG....EVEN WIPERS!
I hope you really know the deal, and your poor Jeep must not pay the price!!!
But anyway...If I were having your problems, I would SERIOUSLY CONSIDER that either the Master Cylinder OR the Slave IS HAVING A "O" RING Problem, and the fluid is slipping by one of the pistons.
I KNOW...I KNOW....I KNOW......Its New, THE WORST KIND!!!
This makes you search FOREVER, for A DIFFERENT PROBLEM.....to no avail!----Done to me many times!!!
EVEN NEW STUFF CAN BE BAD!!!!!!!!!!
Just ask "WILLY"---Several new things found bad, when I built him!
Friday, August 27th, 2010 AT 8:17 AM