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|07-11-2020 05:45 AM|
|bobjp||It is the master or slave. I would start with the slave.|
|07-10-2020 02:15 PM|
|scottdp||I put in a luk clutch kit and a new throw out bearing by National. I use the Redline fluid.|
|07-10-2020 01:47 PM|
Do I get the impression that when you replaced the clutch that you re-used the old release bearing??
Try using red line fluid-- it makes a HUGE difference, it could very well fix those issues.
|07-10-2020 01:05 PM|
I have a 1999 jeep wrangler sport. (my son's car) He blew a wheel cylinder so I did a complete rear brake job on both sides. That went well and was successful, however, when test driving first time had some grinding between 3rd and 4th. Then later a little between 1& 2. I brought it home and opened the master cylinder. Plenty of fluid; however, when I took it back out it was worst as if it was never being released from gear. Background...I put in a new clutch around December. All went well but was my first time. The master cylinder and slave are new also. I am concerned that the throw out bearing may be shot or do you think I should try bleeding the master/slave cylinder. I have not had time to check anything yet but thought I would ask your opinions to direct my trouble shooting. Thanks for any guidance you can provide.