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Got a leak in the clutch slave in my '94 2.5 want a Luk but getting conflicting info. One ad says it is pre bled and another says it's not. LuK part #CRS032.
So which is it? Calling LuK is out of the question because they are located in Singapore

Also looking at the AMS part # PS0115 it is pre filled/bled I've never heard of them. Am wondering if they are any good?
 

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Put that exact one in on mine a couple months ago, came pre filled and assuming it was bre-bled (whoops you know what that means) as it worked fine out of the box, checked fluid after a couple hundred miles and was still at fill level.

Side note, it comes with a wider spacing between the bolts on the master than my '89 non external. Had to drill another hole in the master to bolt up to the stock studs. I think it should be perfect for your '94 though...
 

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Which one the LuK or the AMS?
 

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Sorry, LuK part #CRS032.
 

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SoCal likes the Sachs, but they were out of stock at Rockauto when I ordered mine, so I went with the LUK, not disappointed
 

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Ok thanks


I've had good service out the LuK clutch kit I put in my TJ 3 years ago didn't have to change the slave or master at that time... The TJ guys claim either the LuK or the Sachs clutch kits and parts are the best
 

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Side note, it comes with a wider spacing between the bolts on the master than my '89 non external. Had to drill another hole in the master to bolt up to the stock studs. I think it should be perfect for your '94 though...
I've heard this about installing a '94-'95 clutch master cylinder in an earlier YJ. It seems like a very simple and easy modification.

Good Luck, L.M.
 

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I've heard this about installing a '94-'95 clutch master cylinder in an earlier YJ. It seems like a very simple and easy modification.

Good Luck, L.M.
It was not hard, just have to be careful with the drill as the fluid line and slave are all attached and you have to be mindful with the drill bit. If I had to do it again I would ditch the drill after a pilot hole and go to a Dremel tool or such with a reamer bit.
 

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Just an update the LuK CRS032 is pre-filled/bled fits a '94 like it should and works great out of the box. Had to add a couple pieces of rubber hose as insulation in a couple of areas of the fluid line that looked like potential rub spots but that's just my need of over doing things kicking in.
 

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Hi. I bought the empty one because it was cheaper. Never could get it to pump up. Tried all of the tricks people do. Went back, bought the pre-bled one, installed it in about 15 minutes. Has worked fine for 3 years. If I have another problem, guess which one I'll get?
 
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