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  1. #1
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    Do I have a bad clutch???

    SO after finally getting the expensive MC /slave cylinder hydraulic clutch line I finally started my jeep up. Well low and behold I still have the vibration/ noise problem. I replaced the slave cylinder and master cylinder but am still having to pump the clutch to shift at times. I bled the line quite a bit and it appears to be bled pretty good but am not sure whats going on. How can I tell if it is my clutch or slave cylinder without having to drop the tranny again. Is therea way to check the master cylinder as well?

    I also found that when the tranny is in neutral and the vehicle is stopped the rear driveshaft shakes a bit. is this normal or what can be the cause of that??

  2. #2
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    Sound like more a tranny problem. Like bad bearings. Did you check you pilot bearing (bushing) ? If you push in the clutch do you still have the shake?

  3. #3
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    Take an inspection magnet and probe the fill hole for the Transmission - inspect it - metal??? Trouble in Tranny town. Clean it off and inspect the Transfer case the same way - you should be ble to narrow down which one is causing trouble pretty quickly that way. If you've got grinding - one or the other is coming down.

    Did you replace the pilot bearing and the clutch discs at the same time as the master/slave combo?


 

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