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Unread 05-22-2013, 10:16 PM   #1
Ranjo
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clutch master cylinder

put a new master cylinder in the yj last weekend, no longer leaking inside , but the clutch pedal has no pressure sometimes...i can pump it and the pressure builds fine, only thing I see that loses the pedal is if I let the clutch pedal come all the way to the top hard. I am 99% sure I have no air in the line...bled it, bled it some more, gravity bled it, bled it again..get my drift. I can drive all day as long as I don;t let the clutch pedal come up hard and I never lose pressure. Is there a spring or adjustment to the pedal? I have adjusted to driving it as it only takes 1 pump of the pedal to have all the pressure back again. I'm leaning on a bad MC, clutch works fine, no grinds, no leaks..I'm at a loss, its a jeep, so i drive it until something really needs to be fixed


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88YJ, 3 inch life 33x12.50 MT MTZ 93 4.0 swap 5spd, I'm not sure if the tranny and xfer case are from the 93

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Unread 05-23-2013, 07:11 AM   #2
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How old is your slave cylinder. If it was more than a few years old the greater pressure in the MC probably is killing the seals in your slave
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