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CLUTCH ISSUES I have a 2004 ford mustang V6...Pony....when I turn the car on, it makes a lous squeeling....and when you press the clutch it starts grinding....I know it has something to do with the clutch, but my question is where do you put the clutch oil? People say it by the brake cylinder....but I don't see it! Or its under the car on the transmission? So my question is where do I put oil for the clutch?...oh.....and it still catches all gears....so I know it's not the tranny? Please help me!!!!

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  • Flora1 Dec 17, 2008

    I noticed a slight chirpping sound, prior to the grinding noise. If I am in neutral and barely tap the clutch and makes a grinding noise. The grinding noise also happens everytime I shift gears. If I have to work on the clutch, is this an easy fix?

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You are referring to the clutch master cylinder it takes brake fluid. it is closer to the fender by master cylnder. sounds like you have a release bearing going bad

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