Something with the clutch - I think . . .
I was headed up the road last night after taking off from a light. I made it about two blocks, everything seemed fine. Then I lost all power to the wheels (front only, rear drive-shaft is out right now). I gave it some more gas, rev's went up, and so did the spedo reading.
So, Im wondering what could have happened. I went back and checked this morning.
the 4x4 light was out on the dash, but Im wondering if this is because I took it out of 4x4 last night to try to get it rolling again, and putting it back in 4x4 the front vacuum disconnect hasn't engaged yet.
I pulled the vacuum lines off the axle disconnect, and there was no suction when I had the t-case in 4x4. There was however suction at the t-fitting that line goes to on the intake manifold.
My other thought was the clutch wont engage. I checked the reservoir, it is still full. There is no leaks on the master, lines, or slave.
With the transmission in neutral, and the t-case in 4x4, with the rear drive-shaft off, and front drive-shaft connected (but the 4x4 light out), the output yokes from the t-case spin about 1 revolution per 8 seconds. Something strange here, or is this normal if there is no torque load on the driveline?
95 Jeep YJ
AX-5 from a late 90's TJ