How to Remove the Master Cylinder in a Jeep?

Answer The brake master cylinder on a Jeep (as well as other vehicles) contains most of the brake fluid and sends it to the brakes when the brake pedal is applied. It is mounted to the Jeep's brake booste... Read More »

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How to Remove the Clutch Master Cylinder in a '95 Jeep Wrangler?

The 1995 Jeep Wrangler was available with a 2.5-liter inline-four or 4.0-liter inline-six cylinder engine. The manual transmission was equipped with a hydraulic clutch system. This system uses a ma... Read More »

How Do I Remove a 1991 Jeep Cherokee Brake Master Cylinder for ABS?

The 1991 Jeep Cherokee uses the Bendix Anti-lock Brake System. It consists of a master cylinder, brake booster, a computer, a hydraulic control unit and sensors. The front brakes have individual co... Read More »

How Do I Remove the Master Cylinder on Jeep Bendix 9 Anti-Lock Brakes?

The task of removing the master cylinder from your Jeep Bendix 9 anti-locking brake system is relatively straightforward because there are few bolts that secure the master cylinder to the vehicle. ... Read More »

How Can I Bleed the Brakes After Changing the Master Cylinder on a 1997 Jeep?

1997 Jeeps, regardless of model, use power brakes. The power brake system allows you to press a pedal into the power booster adding to the stopping power, which compresses the piston in the master ... Read More »