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09-11-2011 11:03 AM
Redrider94 Sounds like you're talking about the clutch master cyl to clutch slave cyl line, not sure how it's attached but search how to replace clutch master cyl or slave cyl.
09-11-2011 10:09 AM
vargas2402
Hydraulic line connection

What kind of connection is that of a transmission line on a 95 wrangler (manual/6 cyl?)? I'm no mechanic at all. I buried this jeep out in a field/brushy area and had it just about out when the clutch went. It turned out this line was disconnected as it caught on branches and everything else. Nothing appears broken or cracked, just the line disconnected. I am able to seat it back in there (to what feels all the way), but I don't know how exactly it's secured. It seems that this is the only problem (when i depress the clutch, it sprays fluid/air out of the line). I searched through transmission related post, but was unable to find any that related specifically to my problem. Any help would be appreciated.

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