I was driving yesterday, drove a total of around 70 miles. Everything was fine up until I was about 3 minutes from home, when my clutch just stopped working. Straight to the floor, wouldn't disengage the gears. Could put it to the floor and still accelerate. Tried pumping it, didn't work. I got home by matching revs to shift instead of clutch, and never actually stopping. Got home, turned off the vehicle, went through the gears without clutch, then with clutch, which felt back to normal when off. Turned it on- and it worked. Reversed, 1st gear, anything I wanted. Drove it again today, no problems. I'm just curious what caused it...and if it's going to be a recurring problem I need to look into. It was raining, if that helps anything. I replaced the starter awhile ago with a bosch OEM replacement, which was for some reason slightly smaller than the original- It left a gap under it leading into the clutch housing. However, I sealed that with hi-temp liquid gasket. I asked a friend who is on their third jeep (a 2000 TJ) and has never owned an auto in their life, and they haven't a clue either. Posted on JP while this site was down last night...no response there, though 50 views. Anyone got any ideas? Thanks for your help in advance.
Edit: Also, I have to say that my clutch master cylinder DOES leak, but very slowly. Checked the fluid today, still at the same level that I topped it off to three weeks ago.
Edit again: Oh yeah. It's a 94 2.5L 5 speed.