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What is wrong if the clutch pedal will not engage so the gearshift will go in gear?

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2005-11-13 15:32:18
2005-11-13 15:32:18

Could be a broken clutch fork, linkage, or cable depending on the setup.

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You may need to adjust your clutch or replace your clutch.

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Check this first if the pedal seems to have some slack, there is a bushing on the pedal where the arm for the clutch master cylinder attaches, this gets worn out and you will have to push the clutch all the way to the floor to disengage, replace this bushing and you will have full pedal again, its a simple operation so anyone can do it. Note, ask for the bushing for the 2004 model, Jeep has its diagrams messed up and will give you the wrong one if you go earlier than that, it looks like a little black cage, pop it into the arm, then onto the stud on the pedal, it will lock into place and viola. There is no real adjustment as far as I know. You can bleed it off with the bleeder screw but if there are any real problems then its probably time for a new clutch

usually you have a bad slave cylinder or clutch master cylinder. check the fluid in the clutch reservoir. on drivers side next to brke master cylinder it is a small container with a black 2.5 inc cap if empty fill to fill line and pump clutch pedal until you get some resistance

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Not really, but if it seems like you have to push all the way to the floor to disengage try this. Check this first if the pedal seems to have some slack, there is a bushing on the pedal where the arm for the clutch master cylinder attaches, this gets worn out and you will have to push the clutch all the way to the floor to disengage, replace this bushing and you will have full pedal again, its a simple operation so anyone can do it. Note, ask for the bushing for the 2004 model, Jeep has its diagrams messed up and will give you the wrong one if you go earlier than that, it looks like a little black cage, pop it into the arm, then onto the stud on the pedal, it will lock into place and viola.

there is no RIGHT OR WRONG way just pedal

A clutch does not go into gear. A clutch engages, Normally if a clutch fails to engage it is because it is worn. with a worn out clutch you are able to start the car in gear without your foot on the clutch and the car wont move. Normally before this happens you will notice what is known as a slipping clutch. A slipping clutch means that the engine is turning faster than it should to keep the car moving while in gear. once this starts to happen it does not take long for the whole show to come to a stand still.

Check this first if the pedal seems to have some slack, there is a bushing on the pedal where the arm for the clutch master cylinder attaches, this gets worn out and you will have to push the clutch all the way to the floor to disengage, replace this bushing and you will have full pedal again, its a simple operation so anyone can do it. Note, ask for the bushing for the 2004 model, Jeep has its diagrams messed up and will give you the wrong one if you go earlier than that, it looks like a little black cage, pop it into the arm, then onto the stud on the pedal, it will lock into place and viola. Otherwise there is no real adjustment.


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