The Mazda b3000 pickup truck does not have hydraulic fluid. None of the vehicles components use hydraulic fluid in any way.
the capacity is 5.5 qrts
look on the drivers side firewall
Same place you check it.
DOT 3 Brake Fluid
Isnt one, its hydraulic, and its next to the brake fluid resevior
Hydraulic fluid and hydraulic oil are one in the same.
Does it have a manual transmission with a hydraulic clutch ?
mazda mechanic says no,at least with my problem.possible,it could be air in fluid?check small fluid reserve on drivers side,by fuse box.it does say to use brake fluid in this reserve.
A 1959 truck has a mechanical clutch. A 1995 truck uses Dot 3 brake fluid for the hydraulic control.
The clutch hydraulic fluid reservoir for a Mazda 121 is located next to the brake booster and brake master cylinder. The reservoir is small and round and is close to the driver side fender.
fluid and hydraulic oil the same thing
Hydraulic oil and hydraulic fluid are different. Hydraulic fluid is used in small systems such as car brakes. Hydraulic oil is used in large systems such as loaders.