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Unread 09-14-2009, 05:32 PM   #1
duha
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Clutch, Master or Slave Cylinder Problems???

I drive a '03 Wrangler SE with 70k miles. I replaced the clutch and flywheel about 6 months ago. I replaced the stock clutch with a LUK. My problem is the clutch pedal is squishy and does not engage until the pedal is about all the way out. Is it supposed to be like that? Do I need to replace the clutch hydraulics or is there a way to bleed the closed system?

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