I replaced the slave cylinder on my jeep, but i have had air in the lines 2 since replacing it, my mechanic has bled the lines to get the air out and that was a week ago, and now it is doing the same thing, I have to pump the clutch to get it into gear. Cannot find any leaks but obviously there must be one??

how can I know to replace it and ho exactly to get at it, does dash have to be removed, it's a right hand drive (SPORT) model my wife delivers mail with. Pretty hot in it with this problem. I need to fix yesterday - thanks, TONY


I lost a rod bearing in my 2.4L Jeep Wrangler. Manual transmission. 2004.

I replaced the crank and one connecting rod. All bearings and seals. New Rings. New timing belt. New plugs.

It sputters every so often, but isn't consistent. I tore the whole front end apart and rechecked the valve timing and it is as described in my Haynes manual.

It is only throwing one diagnostic code, 1489, which is a High speed radiator fan error.

The plugs are getting wet and the compression feels good in all 4 cylinders, although my compression tester isn't long enough to reach the plug holes.

I also used a ratchet to manually turn the motor over and ensured that it had a compression cycle then an exhaust cycle because I was still worried about the valve timing.

I've tested the plugs for fire, and found that the coil fires the plug every 3rd time the engine goes over compression.

With the lack of diagnostic codes, I'm thinking that the coil pack is the problem, but don't want to buy a new one without anything to back up my suspicion. The engine was running when I stopped, it hadn't seized. The coil pack was covered in oily crap, so I cleaned it with gasoline and a brush. Could that have killed it?


Where is the Shutdown relay in this Jeep?

Do the expansion joints on some exhaust headers prolong the life of the header?

Bad motor mounts causes cracking in manifold.

bearings are going out on my clutch for the air condition and I want to by pass it until I can afford on do you have a diagram of the belt routing

when to replace spark plugs and wires

I am looking at buying a 93 jeep wrangler. It has low miles and runs and shifts great. However there is a clicking noice at the back right wheel when you turn. I was told it was the spider gear and needed to be replaced. What is the estimate for that repair?

The back left wheel makes a popping or clicking noice when you turn. I was told it is the spider gear. What is the estimate for this repair? It runs and drives great.

i have a 2.5L and i want to change over to a 4.0L ,can i use the same transmisson?

what kind of gears oil is reqired in my i992 jeep wrangler 5 speed manual transmission and how much is required? also the same 2 questions pertaining to my transfer case-i believe this is a c16 tranny

wipers work, but washer fluid doesn't. is there a fuse or have both motors gone bad

When I turned the ignition key I suddenly lost power to everything, none of the lights work including the dome light and there is no power to anything. I have checked the battery, alternator and all of the connections under the hood and everything is good but nothing works?

what are the timing settings on 2.5 jeep wrangler 1993

the eng light stayes on the code is po443 one told me it was the computer. choochoo7@centurytel.net

It looses power starts to sputter wnagler limited 2005 . I put in dry gas & fuel injection cleaner was fine for a day now starting to sputter & looses power just about ready to stall. What can it be??? please help

jeep wrangler stops at each rpm

The issue I have with my 95 Wrangler is when I push the clutch in at a stop sign or light, it is difficult to get back into first. It seems that I need to try and pump the clutch to get into gear. While driving I have no problem shifting gears. Also if I sit at the light with my clutch in, it will slowly release the pressure disengaging the clutch and my jeep will want to move forward and die. Another issue is with reverse, if I am backing up, first it will be difficult to put in reverse but then it feels like it is about to pop out of gear as I am reversing. Not sure if it is the slave cylinder or the whole assembly. Appreciate any help on the matter.

When driving down the road the engine will die, pull over and the engine restarts and runs fine. Usually occurs while trying to accelerate. What could cause this and why would it reaccur now and then?

do I need to purchase any gaskets when doing a clutch job on this vehicle

Recently someone pointed out to me that the holes on back of the frame down by the wheels rust and eventually there might be a crack in the frame, I did notice that the frame in this area was rusting. Is this a potential hazardus problem? and Can it be fixed?

engine runnig hot changed water pump thermostat still running hot

Lately my jeep has been turning itself off, as well as not starting. The engine will turn over, but will not fire up. At times it will misfire and the code reads "cylinder 2 misfire". We've replaced the coil packet, and spark plugs. It's an 2000 6 cylinder automatic, and has 76,000 miles on it.

freeze out plug has rusted out and leaks needs to be replaces plug is near the back of engine.

the break lights havent worked for 1 week and the bulbs are good

ive got a 2001 jeep wrangler with a 2.5L I4 and i need the torque sequence.

I need to remove and replace the passenger air bag on my 1998 wrangler.

I need to replace the air bag and I need instructions on how to remove the passenger side on 1998 wrangler

Noticed a slight intermittent back fire in the carb when shifting into a higher gear. While driving down the highway the day from work it start acting like it was starving for gas and began small burping like backfires in the carb. Ultimately it died on the side on the interstate within 2-3 miles while trying to nurse it off the road. Checked fuel rail. Got gas. But won't fire. Poured a small amount of gas into the carb and it wanted to fire up when I tried to stop. Fuel injector problem? Any suggestion to get started down the right path would be appreciated.