Clutch problems due to insufficient clearance between slave cylinder and housing on Jeep Wrangler

If the clutch is slipping when the clutch disc is 2/3 worn or if the clutch slave cylinder dust boot is torn, there may be insufficient clearance between the clutch slave cylinder and the clutch housing. A 5mm shim is available from Jeep that is installed between the slave cylinder and the clutch housing.

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Drive Train affected: Manual Transmission
4 model years affected: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993
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