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Unread 05-05-2008, 10:42 AM   #1
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'88 YJ clutch master cylinder replacement

OK, before I make a complete mess, lose parts and create a ton of frustration I could do without I'm again asking for sanity saving advice.

I read a post, with pics, of a similar problem in which a YJ's (89?) clutch was leaking fluid through the firewall. I have the same problem, a dry reservoir and fluid leaking down the firewall.

I decided to replace the master cylinder (or, at least at this point, purchase it)

Now before I go unbolting things and unhooking lines, what needs to be done to complete this? I've heard horror stories of something not being bled properly, or prepped properly and catastrophic events taking place and winding up in worse shape then when you started.

Anyone offer any help?

"Courage is not the absence of fear. It is the willingness to move forth despite it's presence"
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