Clutch peddle sticking.
1991 Jeep Wrangler

Clutch peddle sticking.

(1991 Jeep Wrangler)
When pressing the clutch peddel in to shift the peddel wants to stop half way down. Do not know why.
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Check the clutch pedal linkage/pedal assembly for binding or damage, check the clutch fluid level and that is clean if not flush the fluid it should be amber in color. After that you would have to inspect the clutch master cylinder. The clutch slave cylinder is within the transmission bell housing and is a large job to replace.
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Check the clutch pedal linkage/pedal assembly for binding or damage, check the clutch fluid level and that is clean if not flush the fluid it should be amber in color. After that you would have to inspect the clutch master cylinder. The clutch slave cylinder is within the transmission bell housing and is a large job to replace.
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