Replaced clutch, slave, master, bearing, etc... drove nice only for about an hour?
My clutch was going out in my 91 YJ since I bought it a few months back. Somebody else drove it recently and burned the clutch pretty bad. Two days later the clutch went out and it wouldn't go into any gear. I bought a clutch kit and replaced the clutch, slave cylinder, throw out bearing. Then put it all back together and tested the clutch, but it went straight to the floor with no pressure. After a while it was decided to replace the master cylinder. Yesterday I replaced the master cylinder and bled the system. It seemed to work fine. We put everything back together and went on a road test. Everything seemed ok, but thought it needed bled a little more since the gears were a little stiff going into. Bled it again and road tested it. Seemed perfect after that. Drove to the store 20 minutes later and was hard to shift into first. Made it home and when I went to put it in first again, the problems were the same as the day the clutch went out. The strange part is that I can pump the clutch several times and sometimes the clutch will disengage as it should and shift smoothly, but if i wait a few minutes and try again it won't go into any gear.
Any suggestions that could save me from starting over and pulling the transmission again.
Is it possible for the slave cylinder to go bad that quickly?
Could I possibly still have air in the lines, even though when we bleed it there is no air coming out.
I'm at a loss, so any help would be appreciated.....