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There is no gasket behind the slave cylinder. It is a piston and cup similar to a wheel cylinder. If you replace it, it's a good idea to replace the master cylinder, slave cylinder and inter connecting line...prefilled and prebled. This is the way Jeep designed this system to be serviced.

Not sure which sensor you're refering to...a picture may help.
 

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heres the sensor
The sensor in the pic is the Crankshaft Position sensor and there is nothing it can leak. There should be a seal at the sensor where it penetrates the bell housing but that's it. Could be oil dripping from the valve cover above.
 

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Could be oil dripping from the valve cover above.
^^Most likely, also see if there's oil above your slave cylinder on the bell housing....that leak may be from the valve cover gasket as well. Have you checked your clutch fluid level?
 
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