Installing a New Generation Hydraulic clutch system 1995 Wrangler. Buy on Amazon:
Changing out the Hydraulic clutch system in 1995 Wrangler.
1/2 inch ratchet wrench.
Take off the two bolts holding the lower cylinder on.
Take off the two holding the top cylinder to the fire wall.
Remove hair pin and clutch plunger arm.
Remove old assembly.
DON'T REMOVE PLASTIC RETAINING BAND.
Bolt up top and bottom cylinders.
Push the clutch in to snap retaining band.
Jeep should now start and shift again.
MY FIRST BRAKE DOWN IN A YEAR AND A HALF:
So today started off GREAT! We got an early start and picked
up a cypress table on the way to Deland. A few camera fails at first but then we were off down the Woody track. After finding a nice back trail we went as far back as you can go. Then right after talking to the camera about playing it safe while wheeling alone, a small log jumped out on the trail and hit my clutch cylinder right on the brittle fluid line... Deep in the woods and no clutch. I spent a short time attempting to do a field repair. No such luck. Stuck in 4 wheel low, I cut the engine off and put it in first, turned the key and off we went.Stuck in gear with having to change gears with out a clutch. No biggy... till you have to stop. I have a sister in Deland so off we limped down 92 around the corner to her house. We worked on trying to splice some of the hose with clamps and tubing. Still no clutch. We did a full bleed of the system even removing the slave cylinder. Still no clutch. At 4pm or so the grand adventure continued through Deland, getting stuck at almost every light, down I-4 to 417 and then the Turnpike, we limped home defeated by a cheep 2 foot hose. Whats next? Why a "How to replace the clutch cylinder" video of course.
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