Question about 1991 Nissan Sentra 2 Door
HI there. i have a nissan sentra 91, its a stick, and i cannot find where i would put clutch fluid, at. you know? to lubricate the clutch? could you possibly tell me where it is or would be? thank you
On your model you most-likely have a clutch cable, therefore no clutch fluid. Follow along the drivers-side under the hood, a lever connected to a cable should be a-top the transmission. This should be periodically sprayed with chain and cable lube. Mine is a 1994 sentra GA16DE 1.6 and it still uses a cable. You should periodically change your gear oil aswell. It is much like an automatic transmission's ATF (trans fluid). On most models a fill hole and a drain hole (both with plugs) can be accessed below your transmission. When completely full, the fluid will be even with or just below the point of which the fill plug is slightly draining from being completely full. Most shops will check this free of charge.
Posted on Jun 01, 2012
Your Clutch Fluid should be Dirrectly Connected to the Tranny Fluid Reservoir. They use the Same fluid and there should be a Small line coming from the Tranny for the Lubrication.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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