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  1. Tuck

    Low clutch pedal engagement

    Front dif axle seals. Carb rebuild. All door seals. Interior door handles. New bumpers. And whatever else I find that needs to be replaced while doing those things. The way this thing has been, something will break.
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    Low clutch pedal engagement

    Update: Working correctly now. Shifter bushing replaced, flywheel shimmed, and the alignment dowels installed. Along with everything else the transmission is now working correctly.
  3. Tuck

    Low clutch pedal engagement

    Original post states slave was replaced. At this time everything inside the bell housing is new. One thing that was found today is the alignment dowels were missing. Hopefully between those being put in and the flywheel being shimmed out a bit it'll be fixed finally.
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    Low clutch pedal engagement

    Yep. Since I've owned it the clutch had had low engagement and the grind. The previous owner and the owner before him bubble gummed many things. I've been fixing everything on it. The housing electrical nuts on the power wire to the HEI was the best.
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    Low clutch pedal engagement

    They replaced clutch already. The flywheel looked to be perfect but they are shimming it out now. Hoping to take up the slack with that.
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    Low clutch pedal engagement

    Travel of what? Pedal or slave engagement? They have replaced the master 3x... Maybe 4. I haven't talked to them today. But all the new masters act exactly the same way. The pedal just feels really easy to push in after bleeding and the clutch engagement is maybe an inch off the floor.
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    Low clutch pedal engagement

    1990 Wrangler with AX15 transmission. The transmission had a mild grind that could be felt mildly during shift. Grind into reverse almost every time. It's currently at a reputable transmission shop and they are running out of ideas. The pedal engages close to the floor. They have replaced the...
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