No pressures means throwout bearing is gone. If you start it up go to put it in gear can you or is it stupid hard too. Does it make any noise? Replacing the clutch and putting it in right is about a 4 hour job. That is what it took me yesterday not working very fast lol
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Originally Posted by ccain
Isn't the JK just a rebodied PT Cruiser?!
Originally Posted by coyote_94yj
Just a few more inches Red. You can take it.
If you haven't gotten more out of the insurance company than you deserve, then you haven't screwed them nearly as much as they have been screwing you for the past xx years.
My 2008 Mustang had the same issue where the clutch drops straight to the floor, and would stay in gear. It cost me $690 for a new slave cylinder and throwing bearings. So it maybe an easy fix. My was in the shop for 4 hours.
2006 Wrangler Sport yellow with black accents. Hardtop, looking for softtop.
(typing from an iPad, please excuse the typos)
i was thinking also, maybe the master could of took a crap, maybe its just not building the pressure, either way, when i go to buy it, im going to remove the master line and slave as a whole from my 4cyl tj and bring it with me and ill try swaping it over if i find that the slave does not move when i remove it from the tj im buying. god i hope its a slave,
and i know the kid im buying it from he had the tranny and clutch done at reputable shop here on long island that does nothing but trannys and such,