Guys and Gals,
I have been researching this and many other forums including the web and I am at an loss here..
Ok, I have read a few issues on hydraulic clutches and none are having the problems I am..
Basically, when I drive the Jeep in heavy traffic or over long stretches, the very last inch or so of the clutch pedal gets spongy.. Not like it isn't operating effectively, just that it feels like it hangs-up on something. Also, if I turn off the engine the "Catch" or "Sponginess" goes away..
Like I said, it only does this after I have driven in traffic or long trips.. I spoke with 4wheel parts and they suggested bleeding the system.. They said that what is causing this is that the fluid is heating-up or boiling if you will..
Anyway, the gears feel fine and it shifts just fine, but still cause for concern..
Has anyone experienced this? Will bleeding the clutch fluid help? If so, should I do the bleeding myself, or have it done by a pro?
Thanks in advance here as I am just about to lose-it over this...