|09-27-2012 03:56 PM|
|silver rubi||Congrats! Welcome to the forum!|
|09-27-2012 03:51 PM|
Yep! This is what I read in the forums and on line. So now we drive it a bunch and check it often. I was happy as I want to do a little something on Sunday and didn't want there to be a major issue....not that one isn't brewing tho.
I drive my jeep everyday as well as off road so I want to make sure I learn as much as I can.
|09-27-2012 03:47 PM|
Welcome! You did it right... you'll notice over time that if the problem of low fluid keeps coming back you'll want to replace the slave cylinder.
Enjoy the Jeep!!!
|09-27-2012 02:26 PM|
New to forum...just self diagnosed my first small issue
Well I am new to the forum and a new jeep owner. I recently purchased a 1992 yj. While I am not a newbie at wheeling, until this past summer I had never wheeled with a jeep or a manual trans. So much different but I like it better.
I was fortuante to ride, and drive some parts of the Rubicon for 3 full trips through.
Any how...I have had my jeep for almost a month. I haven't done anything extreme with it at this point.....some small stuff and a lot of fishing trips a few dirt roads and a couple desert 4X4ing...
I noticed yesterday after fishing all day that when I got back in the jeep to drive home the clutch pedal felt soft and was harder to get into 1st and reverse.
So I got on the forum and searched a bit and then went and read some stuff on line in a google search. I found that it was a simple fix and needed some fluid for the clutch.
I put it in and it's good to go, but I will now have to watch it and see if it will become a bigger issue..
Thanks to the forum posters who have had clutch issues....