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10-17-2007 12:28 PM
Justin its on the slave cylinder and bled the same way as the brakes
10-17-2007 11:16 AM
Bleeding Clutch System

So my buddy's YJ is having clutch problems. In order to shift, or to engage the clutch for that matter, you have to pump the clutch a couple times. On top of that, it feels like you're stepping on a sponge...

so we need to bleed the clutch system. I've bled brakes before so I imagine it's a similar procedure, I'm just not sure where the bleed valve is. Any ideas?

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