Originally Posted by FunkSkunk
any paint missing? this stuff will eat it
No, but the bottom of the Jeep is all Rhino-lined, up to about 1" below the master line behind the pedals.
If there is any master leaking it must be very small. The fluid level is about mid-way up the cylinder.
I suppose I should try and bleed it, but like I said, I don't have anyone to help. I'm wondering if the air will travel up and bubble out of the master if I just remove the cover and pump it a bunch of times?
If it's the slave cylinder, then it'll have to wait since I don't have a tranny jack and can't afford a shop visit right now. Plus, I've never done any transmission work so not sure I'm comfortable enough with doing it myself.
Thanks guys for your replies thus far.