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1987 MJ Clutch Problem.


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Mechanically, the MJ is the same as the XJ. And the clutch doesn't care if the ignition/injection system is Renix or Mopar.

 

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Very different then my other jeeps.I have only owned 91 and later...and some of the components are a bit different. I will try your suggestions...as soon as it stops raining.

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Mechanically, the MJ is the same as the XJ. And the clutch doesn't care if the ignition/injection system is Renix or Mopar.

 

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=25695

 

 

Very different then my other jeeps.I have only owned 91 and later...and some of the components are a bit different. I will try your suggestions...as soon as it stops raining.

In both the XJ and the MJ, they went from an external slave cylinder to an internal slave/release bearing in 1987, then they went back to the external slave in (I think) 1994. So there were some differences, but not between XJ and MJ within a particular year. And none of the clutch differences have anything to do with whether or not the injection system is Renix or Mopar.

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