Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Auburndale, FL
Tim89 is offline
Re: Leaking clutch fluid
Depends on what year and model your Jeep is and in part where the leak is coming from. If it's a '97 to '06 Wrangler it's easier, and cheaper, to replace both. It is a sealed unit, very easy to install. Other models have different needs and fixes.
Who said anything about a heep. He has a s10 that is a 02 with the nv1500 which means he has the 2.2, clutch kits are cheap. If it were me i would replace both the clutch and the slave. Thats me I dont like doing things twice. Also if your clutch disc is soaked with brake fluid then replace it anyway, its not good on the disc.
94 s10, hp60 front 5.13, 14 bolt, disc converted, lincoln locked, 5.13s, all ss brake lines, 5spd swap with 17.5 inches of lift on 44" tsl's with M/T true Beadlocks, full custome 1/4" bumper. R.I.P
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