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1992 jeep comanche mj eliminator clutch problems...

Old 03-19-2019, 05:40 PM
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So my clutch works and will engage but if I hold it down to long I have to put it into neutral (when stopping) so it doesnt bog the engine down or kill it... or just pull my foot back instantly. it's pretty much re-engaging like some fluid is sliding past one of the pistons in the slave or master cylinders. And I know your not supposed to hold the clucht down to long in the first place but sometimes you got to. Obviously it's not a huge deal it still works I just was wondering if this my be it. I have to baby it and pay very close attention. I love this truck...and dont want to screw it up but it's a daily driver.
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