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It sounds like your slave cylinder could be the problem but we will have to check a few things first.. Can you run out and remove the two 13mm nuts on the side of the transmission and remove the slave cylinder and have someone press the clutch and tell me if it extends out..
Yes it sounds like you need a new slave cylinder, and it will need to be bleed with brake fluid when installed.. Now since you have it off can you look inside the transmission and see if the clutch fork and release bearing are ok. If you see any pieces in the bellhousing I would pull the clutch to inspect...
The clutch fork is the part the plastic end of the slave cylinder pushes against. I would replace the slave cylinder to see if your issues still exist...
Yes it sounds like if you replace the salve cylinder you should be in good shape.. What is the last 8 of your VIN so I can get you a price and part number?
I think you typed the wrong VIN.. See if it's rather 1J4FY19S8WP776092.
If so then the slave cylinder is part number 52107652AC and it lists for $259.00 from us(Jeep). It's a complete unit and I attached a picture showing what is looks like..
Glad I could help and thank you for the positive rating,
The one I listed is from us(Jeep) and the ones you are finding are aftermarket parts... They all should work, just make sure they offer a warranty..
If you can afford it I always suggest using OEM parts..