where do you add clutch fluid on a Mazda 1997
1. Clutch fluid is brake fluid. 2. The fluid used for your clutch master/slave cylinders is pulled from your brake fluid reservoir.
You don't use clutch fluid for a manual transmission vehicle.
DOT 3 Brake Fluid
NO, Break Fluid Only
No, slipping is not affected by low hydraulic fluid level. The hydraulics of your clutch only DISENGAGE your clutch, they do not engage it. If it's slipping, it's either worn out, the pressure plate springs have weakened or you have oil on the clutch disk.
No fluid in the master cylinder
next to the brake fluid reservior
it uses the "extra" fluid from the brake reservoir, so just check that you are ok on brake fluid and your clutch should be fine
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.
use brake fluid
On the firewall drivers side. Clutch runs from the brake reservoir
look on the drivers side firewall
We have just had some probems with our Mazda E2000 Campervan, and needed to fill the clutch fluid. While we had some difficulty finding the reservoir, there is a reservoir near the steering wheel on the left. It says that it is for brake fluid, but it is also for the clutch. We bled the clutch and while bleeding it the reservoir where the brake fluid is store dropped confirming that this is also the clutch reservoir. Hope this helps.
adjust it correctly, use stock primary fluid and make sure the fluid level is correct.
Type f ATF is highly friction modified to allow more clutch slipping, and converter slipping, than regular ATF. You can use newer fluid in older tran but you can not use older fluid in a new trans.
Assuming you have an automatic, suspect low trans fluid level. If it is a standard, the clutch is slipping.
it is a hydralic clutch it has no adjustment
Refer its wners manual or Simply, take it to the mechanic.
Isnt one, its hydraulic, and its next to the brake fluid resevior
If it's a 1970cc Station Wagon it's next to the brake fluid reservoir on the bulkhead. The rectangular one is the brakes, the cylinrical one is clutch.
Check for bad clutch master cylinder or slave cylinder.
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.
usually a clutch does not seize. what happens is that your clutch is not moving, it could be from: no fluid in line, broken fork, air in the line, damaged pressure plate. but if for some reason the clutch is seized... then you will have to replaced clutch and flywheel.