Question about 1992 Saab 900
No clutch and dont know where resivoir bottle is, open bleeder nipple and no fluid came out when pumped clutch pedal
The 900 uses the same reservoir for both brake and clutch; it's in front of the firewall on the side of the pedals, immediately visible when you open the hood. Milky plastic, with a screw top; max and min levels marked by lines.
clutch leaks can be at the slave cylinder in the clutch, which will likely cause slipping clutch; at the master cylinder, which may show as fluid inside the car; or in line between them (runs from master cylinder at firewall to front of engine, where the clutch is located).
Look for leaks on ground and relate to location above leak in engine bay
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