Hello - I own a Jeep Wrangler 1993. The car has not been used often - the mileage is now 70K.
I have owned several Wranglers and never experienced problem with the clutch. Last year the clutch pedal dropped to the floor. I went to a repair shop - I paid for new master cylinder, new slave cylinder and new clutch pads. They did not present the used parts and I did not ask for them. Immediately the clutch pedal was soft. They adjusted and it seemed OK - not perfect.
Now one year later the pedal dropped again to the floor. I went to a different shop - which I know and I trust - they changed the master cylinder and the pedal pressure returned to normal.
Now - 5 weeks later there pedal has dropped again. I checked the master cylinder and it was empty -- there is no fluid in the car near the pedal -- no fluid on the line to the transmission and no fluid on the transmission case.
I added fluid and the transmission is now working normally.
Before I pay to open the transmission -- do you have a suggestion? Why and where is the fluid