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How to change clutch slave for 1986 Jeep Cherokee?


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2005-09-17 03:36:28
2005-09-17 03:36:28

follow the line done from the master there will be 2 bolts on the slave unbolt the slave. Then replace with new one. Then you must bleed it. simmular to brakes. place a deep socket in the slave and push in the piston and clamp with a c-clamp pump then pump pedal a couple times then when holding the pedal down open the bleeder close bleeder and release repeat to there is no air. Put back on boot and push rod reinstall


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