Alright everyone. Took my 1988 Wrangler to a mechanic to fix my clutch. It wasn't engaging properly. Hydraulic clutch. He said it was the slave. So, the slave sells seperatley or you can get the clutch kit with the slave. I opted for the kit, since he had to take it all apart anyway. Everything is back together, but he needs to bleed the system. He has had it now for 2 days. He said there is an air bubble in the system and he needs to let it sit, then bleed it, then let it sit again until he can get the air completely out. He is not a dealership, he is repair shop. He did call the dealership to see what the procedure was for bleeding it and they told him exactly what he was doing was the proper way. He said it just takes time to get the air all out. Does this sound right to you?