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Problem with clutch slave or master cylinder

(1990 Jeep Comanche)
in Lakeside, CA on January 10, 2011
i have a 1990 jeep comanche and am having problems with the clutch slave and/or master cylinder the symptoms seem to be that the clutch lines won't seem to keep pressure in them and fluid leaks out of the bell housing i continuously need to keep putting fluid in the master cylinder can anyone help me pinpoint this problem? and help me find a solution? any feed back on this would be immensely appreciated!
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on January 10, 2011
It sounds like the slave (actuator) sylinder on the other end of the line from the master cylinder is failing. You need to replace the slave and probably the master too at this point.
The transmission needs to come out to replace the slave cylinder. See a Jeep specialist or a transmission shop for help.
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