Clutch master cylinder reservoir.
In the clutch master cylinder next to the brake master.
A "hydraulic clutch" use's standard DOT 3 Brake Fluid nothing more. Follow the steel line from the master cylinder up, where it ends is the Fluid Reservoir. Use caution when replacing the fluid as you do not want air in the lines. So to change the fluid simply remove the fluid using an old Turkey baster and pour in the new fluid to the correct level.
Clutch fluid comes out of the same reservoir as brake fluid. So...go buy a little bottle of DOT 4 fluid (for the love of all that is good DO NOT PUT DOT 3 IN A SAAB!) and pour it in.
1. Lift the bonnet 2. Locate the brake fluid cylinder its the big round thing with a white lid on it. 3. Behind this there is a smaller cylinder with a white lid about 2inches diameter. 4. This is the clutch fluid cylinder and this is where you pour the clutch fluid. 5. Don't get fluid on the bodywork or you will damage the paintwork
the easiest thing to do is remove the slave cylinder then pump the pedal and the fluid will pour out
Drain the mixed fluid and pour the brake fluid into the brake fluid deposit.
you can remove the shifter base from the tranny and pour in through there
usually in small resivoir top of handlebars. On the right hand side and the clutch usually takes brake fluid too if they are hydraulic on the left hand side.
Fluid is added through the transmission dipstick tube. use a funnel to pour fluid into the tube slowly then check with the dipstick to prevent overfilling.
should be located in the top middle of the engine, normally you pour the fluid where the dipstick sticks out.
You unscrew the drain plug directly below the center of the large, round clutch cover (derby), replace the drain plug, then pour new oil into the clutch cover opening.