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Has anyone found a replacement clutch master that doesn't start leaking after ~2 years. I remember on my cherokee I could never get one that wouldn't leak. I also plan to fabricate a little plastic box below the clutch master to catch anything and keep it off my floorboards if it does start leaking but while I am redoing the interior I want to replace this master. 

 

From my research it looks like they are the same from 1991-1996 even though the slave changed to external in 1994. Is that correct?

 

 

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I went ahead and purchased a plastic Bendix one to see if that works out. It will be several months before I get around to actually driving this thing but still just wanted to get it replaced now. 

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I bit the bullet and paid the $200 for a Mopar, pre filled, clutch master and slave assembly. It hasn't failed me yet and it's been on about 3 years.

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Not sure what the problem is. I've replace mine twice over the years. Figure I'm getting about 10 years out of them. Bought from AutoZone both times. Once in Kansas in the late 90's, once here in AZ.

 

Now that I've jinxed myself..... 

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56 minutes ago, Big Dan said:

I bit the bullet and paid the $200 for a Mopar, pre filled, clutch master and slave assembly. It hasn't failed me yet and it's been on about 3 years.

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If this one leaks I will be doing the same. However, I am going to fab something up to protect my floorboards and new carpet from damage if it does leak. 

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On 11/16/2020 at 9:52 PM, Torq_Shep said:

If this one leaks I will be doing the same. However, I am going to fab something up to protect my floorboards and new carpet from damage if it does leak. 

 

Use silicone brake fluid. It's non-corrosive.

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7 minutes ago, Eagle said:

 

Use silicone brake fluid. It's non-corrosive.

DOH! Why didn't I think of that! I will have to flush the slave with isopropyl but that should be easy enough. Will definitely be doing that for the clutch as I cannot be always worrying about the clutch master leaking again (they always do).

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