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I cant not find the bleed screw or line for a 2000 jeep wrangler 6 cyl,its not where the book says is suppose to be

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  • Anonymous Jul 24, 2008

    Sorry the bleed screw or line for the clutch on a 2000 jeep wrangler 6cyl



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The clutch sorry

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Bleed screw or line for what?? Could you be alittle more specific?? It's hard to help you if you don't give a little more information than bleed screw and line. there are many bleed screws and lines on your Jeep.

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  • Anonymous Jul 26, 2008

    The bleeder screw is located at the bottom at the slave cylinder. It should be near the inlet tube.



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