Jeep Cherokee Sport
Why would a 1987 Jeep Cherokee not start after replacing the clutch?
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1997 S10 clutch releases at end of pedal would replacing master cylinder solve problem Clutch doesn't slip or chatter Thanks Phil?
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Can a bad distributor cap cause a manual transmission to jerk?
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How do you replace clutch self adj pedal?
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Why is your clutch pedal catching at various locations on a 95 civic?
This may be due to a faulty clutch. If the vehicle has over 70K on the clutch it is reccomended that it be replaced. If the clutch "slips" or takes a min before it finally engages then i would reccomed replacing the clutch. Make sure to change the Release Bearing and the pilot bearing as well this may also contribute to the problem.