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Unread 06-29-2009, 09:29 PM   #1
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replacing clutch slave cylinder 93 4.0

Hey guys I have no pressure after my jeep sits for ten or twenty minutes now in my clutch pedal...I can pump the pedal and get the clutch pedal back but it is leaking fluid which I cannot see so I am quiete positive it is the slave cylinder...what is envolved in this repair?

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Unread 06-29-2009, 10:27 PM   #2
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Pull your carpet and see if the master is leaking in the cab under the clutch pedal...........



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Just found this

its what I was talking about.............
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Unread 06-30-2009, 07:34 AM   #3
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I sure hope it is the master but in the case that it is the slave has anyone done this repair?
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If it is your slave and it is stock then you will need to drop the transmission as the 93' came with the internal slave.

Once you drop the tranny you just take the old slave out and put the new one in. That part of the job is fairly easy.

If your clutch is old or original you may want to put a new clutch in there while you're at it. They sell clutch kits such as LUK which comes with a new slave clutch pressure plate and all the goodies you will need.
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If it is your slave and it is stock then you will need to drop the transmission as the 93' came with the internal slave.

Once you drop the tranny you just take the old slave out and put the new one in. That part of the job is fairly easy.

If your clutch is old or original you may want to put a new clutch in there while you're at it. They sell clutch kits such as LUK which comes with a new slave clutch pressure plate and all the goodies you will need.
And here's a pic of the old slave still installed on my AX-15 right after I pulled it out.


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Unread 06-30-2009, 08:53 PM   #6
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well I think I may get lucky and it is the master cylinder that is bad. I actually work in sales for the largest spring pin manufacturer in the world and original designer of the coiled spring pin, Spirol International.

I am going to get a new master cylinder and replace the one I have and see if I can get the bleeder off the slave end of the system. I will start hitting the bleeder with PB now while I wait for the Master Cylinder to arrive.

Thanks for your help guys and I will keep you posted on the progress.

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so I replaced the Clutch M/C last night after work and sure enough looks like the tiny little 1/4 inch bleeder for the slave cylinder is not going to open up for me.

I noticed that the bleeder is threaded into a larger cap which the line coming out of the bell housing threads into...I think this is hopefully a part which I can replace??? Maybe it comes with a new bleeder too?

I am going to look into it but this should hopefully work because even after I pumped the pedal for five minutes I still had next to no fluid movement or pedal feel so I am thinking it needs to be bled bad.

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