Clutch master cylinder reservoir.
im sure this is on the clutch pedal itself.
you don't. it's hydraulic and, automatically adjusted hydraulically.
The 95 SE has an hydraulic-assist clutch that is slaved off of the brake master cylinder.
Drivers side, near the brake master cylinder, Look for a cap that screws on.
The clutch has two main parts; the master clutch cylinder and the slave cylinder. Follow the line down from the master cylinder to find the slave. Most of the time the slave needs to be rekitted or replaced and then bled. That should fix it.
The clutch master cylinder is fed through a hose from the brake master cylinder reservoir. It is located on the firewall under the hood directly in front of the steering wheel, under the wiper motor.
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might have a leak in the clutch lines somewhere check to see if you have any fluid should be by the master cylinder and look like a clear pill bottle change your slave cylinder..it would cost you about $45..i had the same problem last week..now its running new..my 89' probe..
Sorry but your question makes no sense. If you are asking where is the hydraulic clutch reservoir, then if it has one, it is located somewhere near the master cylinder, usually mounted on the firewall.
There is no clutch fluid reservoir on a 1997 Probe. On this car, it is the same as the brake fluid reservoir.
I have an automatic. But (usually) The Slave Cylinder is on the transmission, easily accessible and easy to replace. It's a small thing on the transmission (usually) with a rubber boot with a piston inside. Have to bleed the clutch master cylnder as well. -CE
There is a bleeder valve on the front of the clutch slave cylinder right next to the line running in. You pump the clutch a little and then you hold it to the floor while someone opens the valve and it spits the fluid out then you close it and repeat until it has no air in it and the clutch is tight. If it is for the brakes the bleeder valves are on all the brakes and you do it the same way with all four starting with the brake farthest from the brake master cylinder and work your way closest to the master cylinder. That is how you do it.
In the front of the transmisson, right by the radiator. Its about 6-7 inches long and its bolted into the bell housing and connected to the clutch fork
In my 20 plus years of working professionally on cars, and for Ford Motor Company, I have never heard of a "clutch gasket." I have absolutely no idea what you are asking about. But if you want to see some funny blank stares, you could go to the parts dept of your nearest Ford dealership and ask for a clutch gasket. Are you talking about a seal in the hydraulic clutch system? If so, then you don't need to worry about finding a seal, since hydraulic clutch componets are serviced as assemblies. In other words, if you have a leaking master cylinder, replace the master cylinder. If you have a leaking slave cylinder, replace that.
lets assume no extreme stress to the car the answer is somewhat wide depending upon the circumstances.the likely possible reasons are bad clutch. bad throwoutbearing.adjustment needed or bad clutch cable or hydrolic system. finally but not the least bad transmission. *** If it's a hydraulic clutch, usually it's a bad "slave Cylinder" located on the transmission. usually have to "bleed" the Clutch Master Cylinder as well. -CE
cant its hydraulic if the clutch slips its time for a new 1
It is most likely a clutch problem, assuming this is a manual transmission. If you are lucky, it is a leaky clutch slave cylinder and you can top up the fluid in the reservoir (usually located near the back of the engine on the firewall and smaller than the brake master cylinder reservoir). Probably uses brake fluid but check your owner's manual. If you are unlucky you need a new slave cylinder or clutch or both. If you are really unlucky, the transmission is shot.
The 1995 Ford Probe, either the GT or the 4 cylinder DID NOT COME with a Turbo.
i am trying to bleed the clutch of air, i need to find the brake adjustment hole cover and open it before releasing the bleeder valve, BUT I CANNOT FIND THE BRAKE ADJUSTMENT HOLE COVER ON THE CLUTCH SLAVE CYLINDER, HELP?
there are four screws behind the covers on the probe head lights put the car up to a building on a flat serface and adjust the lights to whare u wont them.
Inside the trans pan