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2008-02-12 02:36:12
2008-02-12 02:36:12

The clutch fluid and the brake fluid can both be filled in the brake fluid reservoir.


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The clutch fluid container is on the right of the engine bay. The container will have a mark molded into the side of the container, or a dip-stick attached to the lid. Confirm that the level of fluid is above the mark.

It's the same container the brakes use.

If it looks like a smaller version of the brake cylinder container it is the hydraulic clutch reservoir ( assuming you have a manual ) and you will fill it with brake fluid.

There is just an overflow container, no radiator cap. Remember, pink or blue fluid only.

To adjust the clutch on a 2002 Hyundai Elantra the fluid needs to be bled. Taking a tube and container filled partly with clutch fluid place one end to the tube on the release valve located on the slave cylinder and another in the container. Pump the clutch pedal and keep the reservoir full, this will rid the clutch lines of any air creating a stiffer pedal.

Engine oil reservoir, differential, radiator, power steering reservoir, brake fluid reservoir, windshield washer fluid reservoir, transmission or clutch.

The VW Beetle does not have clutch fluid. There is not any fluid associated with the clutch. The transmission has transmission fluid.

Unless your radiator has a leak, the radiator fluid stays in the radiator.

on a left hand drive it should be next to your clutch peddle.

You put brake fluid for the clutch master cylinder

The brake fluid for the entire system is added in the master cylinder container. The slave cylinder does not have its own reservoir.

They don't have clutch cables. It is a hydraulic clutch with a master cylinder and a slave cylinder. If the clutch won't work fill the brake master cylinder with fluid. The clutch uses the same fluid as the brake and they share the same resrvoir of fluid. Follow the line from the clutch master cylinder across the transmission to the slave cylinder of the clutch. The slave cylinder is on the front middle of the transmission/engine. Take the cover off the bleeder valve and place a clear plastic hose over the nipple into a container of brake fluid. Have someone pump the clutch several times and then hold it to the floor. This is the time for you to open the bleeder valve. Air will escape into the container of fluid. Once the bubbles have stopped close the bleeder valve and have your assistant pump the clutch again. Keep doing this procedure until there are no more bubbles. Fill the master cylinder with brake fluid while you are doing this. If it goes down to far it will get air into your brakes and your clutch.

It uses brake fluid in the brake fluid reservoir. The clutch fluid (brake fluid) is fed by the brake fluid reservoir. The clutch fluid reservoir is just beneath the brake fluid reservoir. So, add fluid to the brake fluid reservoir to fill the clutch fluid, also.

The clutch fluid is located in the same reservoir as the brake fluid. As a dot 4 brake fluid, used for the breaks and the clutch.

1. Clutch fluid is brake fluid. 2. The fluid used for your clutch master/slave cylinders is pulled from your brake fluid reservoir.

Fill Master cylinder Open bleeder on slave cylinder Let fluid run from slave Close bleeder install hose to bleeder on slave Run other end into container partially filled with fluid Have assistant step on clutch Open bleeder Observe fluid running into container Repeat until fluid runs clear (No air bubbles) Tighten bleeder securely

Where do you fill clutch fluid in a volvo

There is no fluid in the clutch....The clutch master cylinder takes DOT 3 brake fluid. It is the same fluid that you put into the brake master cylinder

no such thing as clutch fluid. dot 3 brake fluid is to be used in the clutch tank

If the clutch fluid reservoir is just low, no. If the clutch fluid reservoir is empty, yes.

facing the motor, it is at the left side of the radiator. preaty small container with an orange top.

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