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Old 05-04-2008, 05:15 PM
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Clutch/Slave cylinder question

I have a 95 yj 4 cylinder. I need to replace the clutch master cylinder/slave cylinder. From what I have read you need to replace the both units. I'm having a problem locating the bleeder valve which it shows on the passenger side of the tranny....Either I'm blind, stupid or both but cannot locate it.....Any suggestions!.

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master and slave

I just completed the replacement of both pieces today. The replacement bolt in and out was easy but the bleeding procedure is unconventional to say the least. I finally got it bled by pushing the slave cylinder piston slowly in and out expelling the air through the master cylinder. First you have to fill the slave cylinder through the inlet with brake fluid BEFORE the installation. Then fill the master cylinder. The so called bleeeder valve, more like an allen set screw does nothing and never bled any fluid. I still have the same symptoms as before the replacement, difficult to impossible to shift into gear when stopped but no problem while in motion.
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