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Old 09-10-2019, 08:18 PM
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External slave cylinder

I have a 94 Yj 2.5 and one day I took out the external slave cylinder and I noticed that the piston/rod that disengages the clutch wobbles around when I move it with my hand. Is this normal or should it only have horizontal play?


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The clutch fork centers the shaft, it doesn’t know (or care) that it can wobble around when it is unbolted. It is designed to have lateral movement.

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The clutch fork centers the shaft, it doesn’t know (or care) that it can wobble around when it is unbolted. It is designed to have lateral movement.


So it’s normal right


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