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If you look at the back of the bellhousing, on the driver's side, and see two lines coming out of it, you've got the internal hydraulic throwout bearing. When it left the factory it could go for tens of thousands of miles without a problem. Once it does go, it is often a frequent problem and many YJ owners, after a few internal hydraulic throwout bearing replacements, bolt-on the parts from an external-slave transmission to fix it.