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Unread 10-06-2003, 01:40 PM   #1
Lopedog
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93 Hydraulic Clutch Assembly

First off, let me say hello, since I am new. I just bought a 93 Wrangler and I am trying to bring it back to life.

My problem is this:
The 93 Wrangler 2.5 Liter has a hydraulic clutch, there is a hydraulic cable/hose that runs from the master cylinder into the transmission housing on the driver side, and comes back out of the transmission housing on the passenger side. Now in order to bleed the system, you need to perform the exact same steps you would to bleed brakes. The bleeder screw was destroyed by the last person to work on the clutch system. Now I can get the bleeder housing to unscrew from the hose that comes out of the housing, but I cannot get the bleeder out. So I am trying to track down a bleeder housing and bleeder screw without buying a whole new slave cylinder assembly for $250. Can anyone point me in any direction at all????

Thanx!

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Unread 10-06-2003, 01:58 PM   #2
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If you're looking to do it cheap your best bet is the junkers. I don't think they sell those individually, get used to the junkers in town, they are a great source of obscure parts you may need.
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