Hey all I have been having some issues with my yj. Weeks ago I had to have the jeep towed because I couldn't not get it to engage any gears. I noticed sometimes that it would do this when I would drive alot or if it was really hot. It eventually caused me to need a tow and I assumed it was the clutch, even though I bought it less than 5,000 miles ago and when I did, I was told that it had a rebuilt tranny installed and a new clutch. Anyhow, I was reading about the clutch master cylinder and other possibilities so I decided to go check it out before I invested in dropping the tranny and replacing the clutch. Now there is plenty of fluid right now in the master cylinder but I have had to add fluid before. I decided to let the jeep run a bit and even noticed the clutch had some grab to it again, which is odd since the pedal was to the floor only a few weeks ago. I even took the jeep for a ride, although not a long one for fear it'd happen again. Anyone have any input or ideas? I've heard maybe I should bleed the lines/master cylinder or replace it altogether. It is pretty old so I imagine it could use a new master cylinder... But does any of this sound like it may be that simple? Or am I looking at replacing the clutch? Any help is very appreciated. Thanks in advance and sorry for the long thread, just dreading a clutch job.