clutch problem

Asked by Aug 01, 2015 at 09:00 PM about the Jeep CJ5

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

worked fine one day next time got in it clutch would not work replaced clutch throw out bearing and pressure plate but clutch still does not work even after ajusting everything out to max does anyone have a answer for that I have no idea why it won't disengage

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19,530

Is it a manual or hydraulic clutch ?

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19,530

Sorry just read again where you said you adjusted it all the way out.

manual

19,530

Can you actually see the clutch cable working when you push the clutch in ? Sounds like to me the cable has come loose at the clutch pedal or at the transmission case or somewhere in between.

tare no cables ajustable straight rods

19,530

Can you see the rods working when you push in the clutch at the clutch and transmission case ?

y longer rod will c what happens

going to buy a longer rod will c what happens

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